Everton transfer news: Midfielder Allan reveals plans on Goodison future amid exit talk

Everton midfielder Allan

Everton midfielder Allan has distanced himself from a Goodison Park exit after revealing he will be out for around six weeks after surgery.

The Brazilian star was hampered through the final few weeks of the campaign as he struggled with pain in his adductors. However, he put of surgery in case he was required in the club’s battle to beat the drop.

However, the 31-year-old has now had the op and is already looking to next season. And that season will be as an Everton player, according to Allan, despite talk of a move.

The midfielder has been tipped to head back to Italy, with Lazio credit with an interest.

But Allan claims he knows nothing of that interest, telling Corriere dello Sport, when asked about his injury: “They say that within six weeks I will be fine and can start running normally again.

“I had to operate because the pain in my adductors had become unbearable. As soon as we were safe with Everton, I went to the operating room.

Allan happy on Merseyside

As for talk of leaving Everton, he added: “I respect what is written, but no sign has arrived to me. I think my professional destiny will remain unchanged.

“I’ll stay at Everton, as far as I know. I feel good in England, I have the respect of a club that I am proud of, with impressive facilities and to which I owe respect.”

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