Everton confirms Williams departure

The English Premier League club has also made it public that Leighton Baines will be staying with the team at least one year.

Everton defender Ashley Williams is set to leave the English Premier League club at the end of the month.

The club released a statement in their official website where they say the Blues footballer is leaving after three years at the squad.

“Everton can confirm Ashley Williams will leave the club when his current contract expires at the end of the month,” they said according to Sky Sports.

“The Wales international made 73 appearances and scored three goals during his three years with the Blues.”

“Williams will join fellow center-back Phil Jagielka in leaving Everton after it was confirmed on Tuesday that the club captain was departing Goodison after 12 years,” they added.

“Leighton Baines has been offered a new one-year deal by the club.”

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“In the U23s squad, Harry Charsley, Boris Mathis, Mateusz Hewelt, Shayne Lavery, Jack Kiersey, Danny Bramall, Joe Hilton, and Chris Renshaw have all been released,” the club continued.

“Striker Bassala Sambou has been offered a new contract at Everton.”

“Everton wishes to thank all departing players for their contribution throughout their time at the club,” they concluded.

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