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Alex Iwobi's Everton move is a step down, but ensures his Nigeria place

At £40 million, Alex Iwobi's Deadline Day move from boyhood club Arsenal to Everton has made him the most expensive Nigerian transfer ever, and saved the Super Eagles from an embarrassingly quiet window.

Finally, a Nigerian has cracked into the top 10 of all-time most expensive African transfers. Iwobi moved into sixth spot, pushing Egypt's Mohamed Salah (£36.9m) down to seventh. It was a rare Nigerian big-ticket move this offseason.

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Everton have signed Nigerian midfielder Alex Iwobi from Arsenal to a five-year deal, the Merseyside club announced on Thursday.

Iwobi, 23, made 149 appearances for Arsenal after making his senior debut for the club in October 2015. The former Arsenal academy product made 36 Premier League appearances last season, mostly on the left wing. His departure from the club follows the arrival of Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe, who was signed from Lille for a club record fee of £72 million.


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Everton have signed Juventus forward Moise Kean for an initial fee of €27.5 million on a five-year contract.

Kean, 19, broke into the Juventus first team last season and scored six goals in 13 league appearances, helping the club secure an eighth consecutive Serie A title.

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