Everton FC set to announce Lucas Digne’s contract extension tomorrow

Everton and Lucas Digne have come to an agreement and will tomorrow announce the Frenchman’s new contract which will see his terms extended until 2025, sources close to Premier League Central have been informed.

The former Barcelona fullback has been sensational when fit this season, helping his side in their quest to achieve a top-four finish under Carlo Ancelotti.

The Italian manager made it clear at the start of the new year that Digne is crucial to the Toffees’ future and was backed by the Everton board with no questions asked. The 27-year-old’s terms have been extended until 2025 which could see him stay at the club until his 32nd birthday.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 10: Lucas Digne of Everton scores their second goal to make it 2-2 during the Premier League match between Everton FC and Watford FC at Goodison Park on December 10, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. PHOTO BY STU FORSTER/GETTY IMAGES.

Currently earning £90,000/week, Digne’s new deal sees his earnings jump by £20,000 per week, Premier League Central has been informed.

His raise (£110,000/week) sees him overtake Andy Robertson (£100,000/week) as Merseyside’s highest-paid left-back while Ben Chilwell (£190,000/week) and Luke Shaw (£150,000/week) are the most well-paid left-backs in the division.

Digne has assisted six goals in 16 Premier League games this season, the joint-highest by any PL defender with West Ham’s Aaron Cresswell also making a name for himself this season.

Michael Mongie
Football Central Media Group founder, owner and editor.
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