Why did I sign with Fulham? – Iwobi

Alex Iwobi, a former Everton player, has said that his desire for a new challenge contributed to his deadline-day transfer to Fulham, according to PUNCH Sports Extra.

The international player from Nigeria, who is presently recovering from a hamstring injury, signed a €22 million five-year contract with the Cottagers last week.

Iwobi played 123 times in the Premier League for Everton during the course of his four seasons with the team, scoring six goals. He was one of the Toffees’ top performers and was awarded performers’ Player of the Season as Everton narrowly escaped relegation.

The Super Eagles star was a key factor in the Toffees’ two-year streak of avoidance of relegation.

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On the first day of the Premier League season, Everton fell 1-0 at home to Fulham, and the 27-year-old played the entire 90 minutes.

The former Arsenal player stated he believed it was time to begin a new challenge in an interview with the Fulham media team.

“I feel like I have spent a good amount of time with Everton and I respect them because they did a lot for my career, but I felt it was time for a new challenge and I just can’t wait to see how the journey goes,” he said.

Iwobi is anticipated to make his Fulham debut following the break for international play.

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