Abdoulaye Dukur’s contract with Everton extended for another year

    Everton have activated an option to extend the contract of midfielder Abdoulae Dukur by 12 months.

    It’s a significant turnaround in four months for the Mali international, who spent the last days of Frank Lampard training outside the first team due to disagreements with then Toffees boss.

    Back in action when Sean Dyche was appointed in late January, the 30-year-old has scored four goals to end a drought that began in September 2021 in his last nine games, including two in a 5-1 decider. win in Brighton earlier this month.

    Everton can confirm that the club has activated the possibility of extending the contract of Abdoulaye Doukur until the end of June 2024,” the club said in a statement.

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