Iwobi thanks four years at Everton after moving to Fulham
Alex Iwobi has thanked Everton for the good times he spent at Goodison Park over the past four years following his move to Fulham on transfer deadline day.
Nigerian midfielder Alex Iwobi has thanked Everton and their fans for the good times at Goodison Park over the past four years after confirming a move to Fulham. The summer market has already closed.
Former Arsenal youngster, Arsene Wenger, moved to Everton since 2019, making 140 appearances and scoring 9 goals.
Although the Toffees’ performances have been declining for the past two years.
When they were close to relegation, Iwobi had seven assists last season. It is the highest number on the team.
And it was no surprise that this summer, Everton agreed to sell Iwobi to Fulham for a fee of £22 million, with the deal officially confirmed at around 1am on September 2. . UK time or after the Premier League summer market has closed for 2 hours
“It was a wonderful adventure with the Toffees,” said Iwobi. “I am sharing with you all the serious moments of my footballing life. And I can’t believe it’s really coming to an end.”
“The Alex who came to Goodison Park in 2019 is not the Alex who is saying goodbye today. I owe you everything. both optimistic and pessimistic The ugliness and the beauty of the game of football we have overcome together.”
“Thank you for an unforgettable adventure. and wish you all the best in the future.”
On the market closing day of September 1, in addition to Iwobi, Fulham also acquired 26-year-old Senegalese left-back Fode Ballo-Touré from AC Milan on a one-year loan deal. Report from ufabet https://ufabet999.com