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Sean Dyche ‘delighted’ as key in-form Everton star signs new contract to end Newcastle United speculation

Everton player Amadou Onana

For the remainder of the season, Everton can undoubtedly rely on two key players: Abdoulaye Doucoure has signed a new deal, while Amadou Onana has put an end to rumors of a move to Newcastle United.

Since making the £33 million transfer from Lille to Goodison Park in August 2022, Onana has established himself as one of Everton’s greatest players.Despite Everton’s lack of success during that period, the center midfielder has left a lasting impression with his commanding displays in the middle of the park.

Onana’s outstanding play made him a target for summer moves from Chelsea and Manchester United, among other top teams.

There have been rumors of a January transfer away from Everton, even though neither of those Premier League heavyweights was able to fully capture him.

On October 24, rumors circulated that Newcastle would try to sign Onana to take Sandro Tonali’s spot. Tonali will miss ten months of activity following the confirmation of his betting ban.

The Belgian has now, nevertheless, given Everton manager Sean Dyche precisely what he wants to hear, announcing that he will play the entire season on Merseyside.

“Last season, I developed mentally a lot,” he stated in an interview with the Belgian publication DH Net.

“I always battled for honors or awards. It’s a different mindset; you have to get used to losing virtually every weekend. Hard work, that. We were under a great deal of pressure due to the story’s burden on our backs.

Amadou Onana will turn down Newcastle’s offer.

“If that club had been in the Championship, I would have lived my entire life blaming myself.” I never forgot it since we were reminded of it every day.

“I continue to learn. both in terms of myself and football. This season we have to do more running, defense, and suffering. I accept that things.

“I don’t ask myself too many questions for the future. The only thing that will get me where I want to go is me. I have no intention of departing in January.

Given that Doucoure’s contract is set to expire at the end of the current campaign, his future has also recently come under scrutiny.

He has, however, inked a new contract that runs through the summer of 2025, according to Everton. Furthermore, Everton has the option to add another year to Doucoure’s contract, per Fabrizio Romano.

 

Doucoure Abdoulaye ‘loves’ Everton

Doucoure responded to his new deal by saying, “I love Everton and I’m very happy to extend my stay here.”

 

t“Making the choice was quite simple. I cherish every individual within the club as well as all of the supporters who have lavished me with love over the last many months. All I wanted was to stay here and keep having fun with Everton.

Being here means a lot to me. I’ve always been in love with this club and I constantly fight for it. My dream has always been to remain at Everton.

 

“I believe the club is headed in the right direction because I signed a new contract. Right now the team is performing exceptionally well. We are assured and aware of the team’s exceptional talent.

To be honest, we want to place Everton where they belong. We clearly want to be higher up the table and in a strong position in the Carabao Cup.

“I want to compete for Everton every week and give it everything I have.”

The signing of Doucoure to a new contract will benefit all Everton supporters. The 30-year-old has been excelling in Dyche’s preferred more advanced attacking midfield role this season. Doucoure has already netted goals in the league against Brentford, Bournemouth, and Sheffield United, propelling Everton reach ten points from the same number of games.

Everton will have a far greater chance of climbing the ladder and avoiding relegation if Onana and Doucoure remain with the team.

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