LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — English winger Demarai Gray signed a 3-year contract with Everton on Thursday and linked up with the Premier League club on the Florida Cup in Orlando.
The 25-year-aged Gray joins from Bayer Leverkusen, the set up he had been on loan from Leicester. The contract, by June 2024, comprises the choice for a fourth year.
Gray scored one purpose in 12 appearances with the German club last season.
“I’m elated to be again in the Premier League on the form of worthy club and I’m wrathful to play with the team and accumulate to work,” Gray instructed club media from the team’s coaching scary in Florida. “Everton are a in point of fact worthy club and the predominant purpose is to be pushing and competing again up there in the desk.”
Everton plays Colombia’s Millonarios on Sunday in the Florida Cup. Arsenal and Inter Milan were scheduled to play as successfully but canceled their trips.
Beneath modern manager Rafa Benitez, Everton has also added forward Andros Townsend and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
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