Leicester confirm loan signing as Everton remove video commenting on Jonny Evans move to Goodison

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As earlier reported, Callum Doyle, has been confirmed the third signing of the summer. He will join on loan for the season from Man City. A highly talented England U.20 international, who spent last season at Coventry, played a total of 41 league games for the Sky Blues, as well as taking part in their play-off games and appearing in the final at Wembley, losing to Luton.

He has previously been on loan at Sunderland and also featured here in the winning side at Wembley, being part of the Black Cats promotion push from League One, a year ago.

He will be a valuable asset and can adapt to a four or a three back line, being left footed, adding key skills to this squad that will be interesting to follow. Man City might be reluctant to let this starlet leave as they not yet knows how good he will be and possibly seen as a first teamer at The Etihad in the future.

This is of course something that would fuel up the recent rumours about Jonny Evans and him leaving Leicester for another chance to play in Premier League. He is, if fit, a pivotal player that anyone would have in their team and as Leicester have added another central defender to their project, few can see him returning at this point.

Everton has not yet commented on the matter, but a video from todays training, makes interesting comments as someone says they can hear Evans being mentioned as a new addition at the club.

Sean Dyche might be looking for more experienced players as he also have added Ashley Young to his squad and if Evans also joins, they will see their squad avarage age increase to a much higher point.

We all know what influence Jonny Evans has had at Leicester, and if injury free, you would have hoped for him to stay, but having him on the sideline and being at the age he is, Callum Doyle and Conor Coady looks as good additions that will hopefully fill the gap.


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