Everton Youngster Anthony Gordon Signs New Five-Year Deal

Anthony Gordon

Everton youngster Anthony Gordon has agreed a new five-year deal with the club, keeping him with the Toffees until at least 2025.

Anthony Gordon Agrees New Five-Year Deal With Everton

Breakthrough Season

The 2020/21 season could be an important season in Gordon’s development at Goodison Park.

After an impressive with the U23’s throughout much of last season, the 19-year-old broke into Carlo Ancelotti’s first-team following project restart. He featured in every game post-lockdown, registering a single assist.

However, he will now been keen to continue that development in the forthcoming season.

Everton may look to continue developing their academy products in the 2020/21 campaign. Gordon broke through alongside Jarrad Branthwaite, a January signing from Carlisle United, and neither looked out of place.

Looking to Repay the Faith Placed in Him

Speaking to the official Everton website, Gordon spoke about he will look to repay the faith placed in him by the Toffees.

“I am delighted to sign and it is a big reward for my hard work,” he said.

“The contract shows the Club’s faith in me and how much confidence they have in me and that is going to come out in my performances on the pitch.

“Everton is looking like it is on the up.

“We are coming together as players, staff and fans.

“We have new things to be excited about, such as the new manager, Marcel [Brands] is a great Director [of Football] and we have the new stadium to look forward to.”

The 19-year-old is not the only player to commit his future to the club. Centre-back Michael Keane also signed a new deal recently, and Gordon is looking forward to the future with the Toffees.

“That is another thing we can be excited about, we have really good young players as part of our squad,” he said when speaking about Keane.

“Hopefully, we can grow and progress together and get that bit of experience where we can go and do something.

“Not just push for silverware but get there and win trophies and achieve what we want to achieve.”

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