Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that the club is yet to open contract talks with young midfielder Tom Davies who has two years left on the new deal that he signed in April 2019. Ancelotti talked about Davies and his contractual situation at Goodison Park earlier this month in one of his recent press conferences.
Ancelotti is not afraid of losing a young and vibrant midfielder like Davies with the Everton manager confident that his future lies on Merseyside as he challenged the player to build a solid Everton career just like it was obtainable with club legends Leighton Baines and Seamus Coleman.
At every football club, there comes a time when some players would have to either hang their boots and call time on their football career or have to consider moving to another club for the purpose of having an entirely different adventure. For Everton Football Club, a player of such caliber is Leighton Baines; one of the best left-backs in the history of the English Premier League.
Baines’ reputation as an Everton and a Premier League great is a well-earned and well-deserved one, given how the former defender was always putting in performances that would eventually prove to be vital and essential for his team. Also a former captain of the Everton squad, Baines had every necessary ingredient to becoming a truly colossal leader and player, and he did not fail to prove that anytime he stepped onto the pitch.