Manchester City player, Fabian Delph, has put pen to a deal with Everton; a three-year deal that will see him join the Toffees for the 2019/2020 English Premier League season.
The 29-year-old midfielder was a part of the Manchester City star-studded squad. He was relegated to the bench, and sometimes when he played, he was played out of position. Delph made little or no appearance last season but two seasons ago, he made 22 match appearances in the EPL [2017/2018] season and went on to help Pep Guardiola, the then manager of Man City, claim his first EPL title.
The former Aston Villa player and the captain had one year left on his contract at the club but chose Everton as his new challenge. The deal is worth about £10M. Delph has already reported to Everton pre-season camp in Switzerland where he will link up with his new teammates and Marcos Silva, the coach and manager of Everton.
Would he be missed by Manchester City? That is doubtful, as Man City recently acquired the services of Rodri from Atletico Madrid. The midfielder was signed for £60M and City still has Gundoghan and Fernandinho who can also play Fabian Delph's position.