First contract for young defender McEvilly I’m proud of the team Vote for man of the match against Luton A Clarets win at Luton Looking for Premier League points to go to Luton
Jack Mc Evilly signed a two-year scholarship this summer, but the hulking centre-back has impressed the club enough to earn his first professional contract, despite being out for much of the season through injury. love.
The 17-year-old, who has played for the then club since the age of 12, has now joined the Clarets after signing this new contract for another year.
He was linked with several other clubs before signing for Rangers. At one point he was so confident it convinced him to move to Ibrox. But he stayed at Burnley and signed that scholarship.
It is very good news that he will stay with us until 2026 and McEvilly, who recently returned to action, said after signing:
“I am proud to have signed a professional contract First career with Burnley Football Club. I’m happy to be back in the team after my injury and I’m also happy to be able to continue my development at this club.
Evening Standard reports that Caicedo will be fit to play against Burnley this weekend.
It was explained that the Blues were “optimistic” that the Ecuador international could take to the field at Turf Moor after suffering a number of bruises in the previous match.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are hoping to finish on a high before the international break with victory over Burnley.
Despite Chelsea’s difficult start to the season, they still entered the weekend with back-to-back wins over Fulham (Premier League) and Brighton (Carabao Cup).
The news about Caicedo this afternoon is huge, not least because it looks like he is really starting to settle in at the club.
The versatile defensive midfielder had one of his best performances so far this week against Fulham, so a return injury would be a devastating blow for him and the team .
Journalist Simon Johnson reports on Twitter that Caicedo is having a knee problem at Fulham. Fortunately, the damage does not appear to be too serious.
We’re pretty sure Chelsea fans want to see a lot from the midfield trio that’s starting to take shape. It’s a dynamic combination that includes Caicedo, Enzo Fernandez and Conor Gallagher.