Lucas Digne urges Yerry Mina to join him at Goodison Park

Heather Diaz
August 9, 2018

"I said two times "no" because I am a Blue".

Digne, a France global, won a host of trophies with Barca, and Paris St Germain before that, but was not central to either side and has made no secret of his desire to be first choice at Goodison Park. I said to him to come but we'll see. The player has signed for the English club, Everton for £22m ($29m). I think everybody wants to be better than the a year ago.

Everton have signed Richarlison from Watford and Barca's Lucas Digne but they need defensive reinforcements following Ashley Williams' loan move to Stoke City and five successive pre-season defeats. 'He plays very well, he's so young, he has a lot of quality, he's very technical.

The former PSG and Barcelona left-back has now explained what his body art means and also revealed that he turned down a move to Anfield on two occassions.

He had been linked with a departure from the club prior to the World Cup, but his performances in Russian Federation have increased his options and seen a variety of sides linked with him.

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And in quotes appearing in the Liverpool Echo, Digne said: "There is nothing about football, it is just about my parents".

The 23-year-old joined Barcelona from Brazilian side Palmeiras last summer for more than £10 million, but made fewer than ten appearances throughout what appears will be his solitary season at the club.

Though the topic is not about the signing, but about the player's "I never walk alone" tattoo on his body. He'll choose the best for his career and we'll see.

"After when I was 18-years-old in Lille I got a tattoo and maybe the Liverpool fans are angry because I said, two times, 'no" to sign for Liverpool'.

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