Everton move has made me a better player – Iwobi

first_img Arsenal Academy graduate Alex Iwobi swapped the Emirates for Goodison Park in a €30 million deal, and he has revealed how the move has been of immense benefit for his person and his career. Read Also:Ancelotti: Iwobi is available for Everton’s trip to Watford The 23-year-old missed most of January due to injury but returned to full fitness recently. Over the weekend, he powered Carlo Ancelotti’s men to a 3-2 come-back victory over Watford after Everton trailed 2-0 at some point in the tie. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Nigeria international, Alex Iwobi, has said that his transfer from Arsenal to Everton has made him a better player. Iwobi said he made the right decision to join the Toffees last summer as he is already reaping huge rewards for being an Evertonian.Advertisementcenter_img Loading…last_img read more

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