Everton confirm Allan’s permanent transfer to Emirati team Al Wahda after the Brazilian midfielder has not made a single Premier League appearance this season
- Everton have confirmed paperwork for Allan’s transfer has been completed
- The Brazilian midfielder, 31, moves to Al Wahda in the United Arab Emirates
- Allan fell into Everton pecking order after Lampard hired more players
- He has so far not been featured in the Premier League during the current campaign
- As a result, Allan switched from Everton to Al Wahda for an undisclosed fee
Everton has confirmed that the paperwork for Allan’s permanent transfer to Al Wahda in the United Arab Emirates has been completed.
The Brazilian midfielder, who came to the Toffees for £21 million from Napoli two years ago, has not played for Frank Lampard’s team in the Premier League this season.
Allan fell in the pecking order at the Merseyside club after Lampard brought in three new midfielders this summer.
Brazilian midfielder Allan has signed for Al Wahda in the United Arab Emirates from Everton
Allan went through his medical and personal terms with Al Wahda over the weekend before completing his contract on Sunday.
Everton have now confirmed that the paperwork for the deal has been completed and that Allan will switch to Al Wahda for an undisclosed fee.
The Merseyside club released the following: pronunciation On Twitter: ‘Paperwork was completed today for Allan to join Al Wahda on a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee. Good luck, Allan.”
This was followed by the following message on their website: ‘Allan has joined Al Wahda club in the United Arab Emirates for a permanent transfer for an undisclosed fee.
He joined from Napoli two years ago for £21million but has lost his place in the team
Allan did not play for manager Frank Lampard in the Premier League this season
The paperwork for the Brazilian midfielder was completed on Tuesday. Allan moves to the Abu Dhabi-based side, with the UAE transfer window open until October 4.
The 31-year-old joined Everton in September 2020 from the Serie A side of Napoli and went on to make 57 appearances for the Blues.
Allan, who has ten caps for Brazil, started his career in his home country with Vasco da Gama before moving to Italy for three seasons at Udinese in 2012.
“Everton thanks Allan for his service and wishes him all the best for the future.”
Therefore, the 31-year-old will be playing his football under former Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal at Al Wahda for the foreseeable future.
Al Wahda is delighted with the deal and took to Twitter to share the news. Accompanied by a photo of Allan in the club’s kit, a tweet read: “Welcome Allan to the home of the champions.”
Everton confirmed on Tuesday afternoon that the paperwork for the deal had been completed
Al Wahda also confirmed the news that Allan would be playing his football under former Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal – and shared the above photo on Twitter
The club added: “Al Wahda Football Club has signed a contract with Brazilian player Alan Marcos, in a permanent transfer deal from English club Everton and on a two-season contract, as part of the club’s efforts to expand the ranks of to strengthen the first team. and meet the demands of success.
The club’s board of directors welcomed the player ‘Alan’ to the home of the champions and wished him every success in his career with the team.
“Alan” for his part praised the professional work during the completion of the tender procedures, expressed his happiness to join the homeland of champions and his desire to contribute to achieve more achievements and wins.”