The talented Jamaican player Demarai Gray signed to join Saudi Pro League of Soccer

This Thursday (7), Saudi Arabian Al-Ettifaq announced the signing of the Jamaican player Demarai Gray, who was currently playing for Premier League side Everton.

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The fee wasn’t revealed, but according to reports it’s a four-year deal, for U$ 9.98 million. He joins Jordan Henderson and Georginio Wijnaldum, and will be coached by  Steven Gerrard. 

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The departure of the player came after been reprimanded by Sean Dyche, Everton boss, for a supposed criticism on social media, after a failed transfer to Fulham. “There has been a lot of speculation about my situation all summer. I was ready to play as much as possible this season but it felt like this was not going to happen.” Dyche responded to Demarai saying that the club has the final say on moves.

Gray didn’t play for Everton this season, and there were rumors that he would transfer to Turkish side Besiktas.

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