Friday, 1 December 2017

West Brom's Pardew To Talk To Evans Over Future

West Bromwich Albion new coach Alan Pardew has revealed he is set to hold talks with Jonny Evans to determine the defender's future.
Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester all failed with summer bids for the Albion captain, who the Baggies value at more than £30m (13.7bn).

The club plan to offer him a new contract and the new boss, who was on Wednesday appointed on a deal until 2020, is keen to sit down with Evans for a 'good old discussion'.
"I think the assurance I need is probably from Jonny more than anybody and I haven't met him yet," he said.

"I'm looking forward to seeing him. I think he's a fabulous player and very important for the club so I will have a good old discussion with him."
Evans has a contract until 2019 after joining from Manchester United for £6m (2.7), which rose to £8m (N3.7bn) in 2015.

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