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“Bad things happened” Everton midfielder said, that assisted transfer

Tue 10 November 2020 | 18:38

Everton midfielder, Allan was the one held a press conference at the Brazilian national team camp this afternoon. In addition to answering some questions about the Toffees, he spoke about his next international fixtures.

Allan

started his talk with his €25m move from Napoli, insisting it was time for him to leave the Serie A side.

“I was at Napoli for five years, mostly victorious, with good games, and great campaigns in the Champions League”, said

Allan

.

“Unfortunately, some bad things happened, both for me and for the club. Things that happen anywhere, we get sad, of course. My time at Napoli had come to an end, it was time to change air, get to know a new culture, a new club. I hope to do great things at

Everton

, as I did at Napoli.”

Allan

claimed there’s a teammate who’s been helping him a lot on the adaptation.

“Richarlison has helped me a lot at the beginning of the season, on arrival at

Everton

, on the pitch too. I hope that we can continue making good games, at the club and at the Brazilian team.”

Another side of his speech was about the many Premier League players in the national team. Besides having his

Everton

teammate Richarlison, there are also Alisson and Roberto Firmino from Liverpool, Alex Telles from Manchester United, Douglas Luiz from Aston Villa, Thiago Silva from Chelsea, and Ederson and Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City.

“I think that just playing the Premier League, one of the most difficult championships in the world, helped a lot in my transfer.

Everton

are a great club, they have Richarlison, among other players. This can help me stay in the calls of the Brazilian team. The coronavirus pandemic gets in the way of meetings in England, isolation makes things more difficult, but hopefully, it will improve the game for us to be together again.”


source: SportMob