Premier League: Everton midfielder Allan leaves Everton, joins Abu Dhabi side Al Wahda

Allan had signed for Everton from Napoli in 2020 under Carlo Ancelotti and played 57 games in two seasons with the Toffees.

Allan did not play in the Premier League this season after falling out with manager Frank Lampard.

Allan did not play in the Premier League this season after falling out with manager Frank Lampard. | Photo Credit: REUTERS

Allan had signed for Everton from Napoli in 2020 under Carlo Ancelotti and played 57 games in two seasons with the Toffees.

Brazil midfielder Allan left Everton to join Abu Dhabi-based side Al Wahda for an undisclosed fee on Tuesday.

Allan was allowed to move to the United Arab Emirates Pro League club after falling out of favour with Everton boss Frank Lampard.

The 31-year-old had not play a single minute for his team in the Premier League this season. Lampard signed Idrissa Gueye and Amadou Onana in the close season to fill Everton’s central midfield roles.

Allan signed for Everton from Napoli in 2020 and played 57 games in his two seasons with the Toffees.

He was able to leave Everton outside the Premier League transfer window as the UAE deadline is not until next week.

“Everton thanks Allan for his service and wishes him all the best for the future,” the club in a statement.

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