Amadou Onana

, a Belgian midfielder, was acquired by from for £33 million.

The 20-year-old was at Goodison Park on Saturday to watch Everton’s season-opening Premier League loss to Chelsea by a score of 1-0.

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Amadou Onana was also a target for West Ham, who had set a price for the player.

He told EvertonTV, “It feels great to join Everton.” “I am aware that this club is one of the largest in England. I want to be a part of it for a very long time.

After James Tarkowski, Dwight McNeil, and the loanees Ruben Vinagre and Conor Coady, Onana is Everton’s fifth summer acquisition.

Amadou Onana, who made his international debut for Belgium in a June match against the Netherlands, credited Everton manager Frank Lampard with influencing his decision to leave.

Everyone in this room demonstrated that they truly desired me and had a plan for me, he said.

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“I really valued our conversations with the manager and football director” (Kevin Thelwell). I relished their instructions on how I should play.

“The manager was a midfielder who competed at the highest level and won numerous awards. To have his interest means a lot to me, and I believe he has a lot to teach me.

“They both have a lot of ambition, and I’m the kind of guy who values ambition, so it fits,” he said.

“Amadou Onana is a player we were really keen to bring him to Everton,” said Lampard.

He possesses a number of excellent traits that will strengthen our midfield and, at only 20 years old, he still has a tonne of room for improvement.


We’re all eager to see what Amadou Onana can bring to the team after I explained to him why Everton was the best club for him. BBC

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