Everton have handed professional contracts to Tyias Browning and John Lundstram.

The 17-year-old pair have worked their way through the Toffees' academy, earning two-year deals after receiving rave reviews from the club's coaching staff.

Browning is a powerful and talented right-back who has represented England U17s at international level. He is also eligible to represent China.

Lundstram is a central midfielder with an array of passing ability, and another player to represent England at U17 level.

The pair join James Wallace and Aristote Nsiala in signing deals with the club, following in the footsteps of the 19-year-olds who penned one-year extensions earlier in the week.

"I am delighted to sign a new deal at the Club. I am made up it is sorted and I am just looking forward to pre-season," Wallace told the official Everton website. He enjoyed a successful spell on loan at Stockport County at the end of last season.


 

Nsiala has also enjoyed first team football on loan, this time with Macclesfield Town, and the versatile defender is delighted to commit his future to Goodison Park.

"I am happy, and dead excited - I'm happy that I have been given another challenge. Getting on the bench and scoring while on loan have been ups for me this season and I am looking forward to next season."

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