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Everton Acquires Arnaut Danjuma on a Season-Long Loan from Villarreal

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Arnaut Danjuma to Everton

Arnaut Danjuma, who has already participated in 23 Premier League matches with Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur

Everton has officially confirmed the season-long loan acquisition of Arnaut Danjuma from Villarreal.

The forward from the Netherlands had initially agreed to terms with Everton in January but was subsequently swayed to join Tottenham following a last-minute offer.

Danjuma, who is 26, played in nine matches for Tottenham before returning to Spain after the season concluded.

Danjuma expressed that his decision to forego a move to Merseyside in January was due to the uncertainty surrounding the managerial position at the time.

Everton’s former manager, Frank Lampard, was dismissed on 23 January, and Sean Dyche assumed the role seven days later, just one day prior to the transfer window shutting.

Everton manager Dyche has now signed Danjuma, following full-back Ashley Young, in a bid to prevent another struggle against relegation for the Blues.

Danjuma voiced his excitement about the move, saying, “I think it’s even more special to join now.”

Despite interest from other clubs, Danjuma was drawn towards Everton due to its dedicated fanbase, the manager, and the club’s rich history.

“It feels like second time’s the charm for me,” Danjuma added.

Danjuma, with six caps for the Netherlands, played a crucial role in the Villarreal team that was defeated by Liverpool in the 2021-22 Champions League semi-finals.

This marks Danjuma’s third stint in the English Premier League, after he first signed with Bournemouth in 2019 and then moved to La Liga in 2021.

The Toffees will kick off their Premier League season at home, facing Fulham on Saturday, 12 August.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Arnaut Danjuma to Everton

Who has Everton signed on a season-long loan?

Everton has signed winger Arnaut Danjuma on a season-long loan from Villarreal.

How many Premier League appearances has Arnaut Danjuma made?

Arnaut Danjuma has made 23 Premier League appearances with Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur.

Why did Danjuma not move to Everton in January?

Danjuma did not move to Everton in January due to uncertainty over the managerial situation at the club.

Who is the current manager of Everton?

The current manager of Everton is Sean Dyche, who was appointed after Frank Lampard was sacked on 23 January.

When does Everton begin their Premier League campaign?

Everton begins their Premier League campaign at home to Fulham on Saturday, 12 August.

How many times has Danjuma played in the English Premier League?

This will be Danjuma’s third spell in the English top flight after signing for Bournemouth in 2019 and leaving for La Liga in 2021.

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SpikeInMyVeins July 23, 2023 - 2:58 pm

3rd time in EPL, he must really love it here. lol. but srsly, hope he can help us out this season.

BlueFan2023 July 23, 2023 - 2:59 pm

Finally!!! been waitin’ 4 this 2 happen. Danjuma to Everton, can’t wait to see him in action. Gud luck lad. COYB!!

EPLWatcher July 23, 2023 - 5:09 pm

interesting to see danjuma back in the premier league, could be a game changer for everton. my advice – keep an eye on him folks!

RavenToffees July 23, 2023 - 10:35 pm

Dyche’s 2nd signing, i like where this is going. Ashley young, now Danjuma, who’s next. can’t wait for 12th August!

GoldenBoot73 July 24, 2023 - 1:47 am

Bit of a shock seeing danjuma in blue! But hey, tht’s football. unpredictable as ever. Hope it works out for him.

SoccerLuvver July 24, 2023 - 12:58 pm

why’d we lose lampard tho?? just sayin. still, welcome Danjuma. let’s avoid another relegation, right?


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