Dele Alli leaves Tottenham Hotspur on a permanent deal to join rivals Everton.
The England midfielder has struggled at the North London club in the past few seasons and will be looking to reignite his career under Frank Lampard at Goodison Park.
Alli signs a two-and-a-half-year deal with the Merseyside club and the Toffees will eventually pay £10 million that will depend on performances and could even go up to €35 million in the coming years.
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“Everton have completed the signing of midfielder Dele Alli from Tottenham Hotspur on a two-and-a-half-year contract until the end of June 2024,” Everton confirmed on the club’s official website.
“The England international, who played 269 times and scored 67 goals for Spurs after joining in February 2015, is new Everton manager Frank Lampard’s first permanent addition – following a loan move for Donny van de Beek from Manchester United on the final day of the January transfer window.”
Alli added: “I’m delighted to have signed for Everton, a huge club with a great fanbase and history.
“I’m eager to get started and can’t wait for my first game in an Everton shirt.
“I’m looking forward to helping the team and the opportunity to work with the new manager Frank Lampard.”