Everton sign teenager Nathan Baxter

2 July  10 Comments  [Jump to last]

Everton have completed the signing of teenage defender Nathan Baxter from Vitesse Arnhem.

Born in Manchester, Baxter, a left-footed centre-half, moved to the Netherlands a decade ago and joined Vitesse's academy in 2014.

Now he joins the Blues' Academy at Finch Farm and was one of 14 young players who signed scholarship forms with the club this week:

Alex Denny (midfielder), Jordan Corke (defender), Charlie Ball (forward), Stephen Duke-McKenna (midfielder), Sid Kerr (midfielder), Fraser Hornby (midfielder), Nathan Moore (defender), Tom Murphy (goalkeeper), Manassé Mampala (forward), Thomas Scully (midfielder), Kieran Phillips (forward), Con Ouzounidis (defender).

The list also includes a young goalkeeper from Manchester City, Joe Hilton.

 

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Minik Hansen
1 Posted 02/07/2016 at 16:19:41
All the best to the young lads, wish you a great start. COYB.
Brian Cleveland
3 Posted 02/07/2016 at 17:30:20
Slight heart attack with the last line, I saw... goalkeeper... Manchester City... and Joe H.... and for a moment I was worried, phew!
Patrick Carty
4 Posted 02/07/2016 at 17:36:26
Joe Hart is still a top-class goalkeeper and I would take him in a heart beat.

You only have to look at his performances for Man City last season to prove that.

Adam Gough
5 Posted 02/07/2016 at 19:22:18
Sounds good. Can we please make sure we don't let any of these young stars go and then they go onto play for world champions or our own national team...
Paul Ellam
6 Posted 02/07/2016 at 20:34:34
Good luck to them.
Damian Wilde
8 Posted 02/07/2016 at 20:47:58
Adam, we weren't allowed to sign Dier.
Alan J Thompson
9 Posted 03/07/2016 at 04:31:13
Includes Ball and Moore as well as Baxter, we should have been in years ago. Let's hope it is ominous without being burdensome.
Paul Bromley
10 Posted 03/07/2016 at 17:27:31
@Damien#6 Why were we not allowed to sign Dier after his time at GP? Looks like a missed opportunity now.
Phil Smith
11 Posted 03/07/2016 at 23:43:53
Hopefully more promising than the last Baxter on our books...
Mark Stone
13 Posted 04/07/2016 at 22:58:34
Whether or not we were allowed to sign Dier, the lad hated his time at FF, so it wasn't to be

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