Gerard Deulofeu will feature for Watford against Everton today.
Everton fans have responded to Watford star Gerard Deulofeu’s post on Twitter.
Deulofeu, who can operate as a forward or as a winger, is looking forward to Everton’s Premier League game against Watford at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.
The 25-year-old was on loan at Everton from Spanish and European giants Barcelona during the 2013-14 season.
The Spain international attacker joined the Toffees on a permanent contract in 2015 and returned to Barcelona in 2017, only to join Watford on a permanent deal in 2018 after a loan spell at the Hornets.
Everton fans have responded positively to Deulofeu’s post on Twitter, as shown below.
Big and special game tomorrow in Goodison pic.twitter.com/2Tvh61kMiZ— Gerard Deulofeu (@gerardeulofeu) August 16, 2019
Init man. All the best. Don’t be scoring though— Everton Aren’t We (@EvertonArentWe) August 16, 2019
You shouldn’t be at such a small club— St Domingo (@Saint_Domingo) August 16, 2019
He still love us #HesMagicYaKnow— Kev (@KevBlank9) August 16, 2019
We love you— American Toffee Podcast (@USAToffeePod) August 16, 2019
He loves everton, he plays for watford thats the difference— Luke wilko (@lukeWilko1878) August 17, 2019
fancy scoring for us lad? it’s obvious your still a blue at heart— ً (@EvertonFCjosh) August 16, 2019
Come back Geri— Garrett (@ParrettGost) August 16, 2019
Good luck for the season Gerry , but just not against us— leeG1878 (@duncsablue) August 16, 2019
Great player! Loved by all— (@AlphaAlien2) August 16, 2019
Don’t score pls— Ť (@Efc_T0m) August 16, 2019
Blues your colour mate!— Just Say It, People Have Feelings (@JustSayItPeopl1) August 16, 2019
Meanwhile, Everton left-back Lucas Digne has spoken highly of summer signing Djibril Sidibe.
The 27-year-old right-back joined the Toffees on loan from Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco in the summer transfer window.
Digne played with Sidibe at Lille and also plays with the defender for the France national football team, and the 26-year-old has spoken highly of him.
Digne told The Liverpool Echo about Sidibe: “He is a very good player, a very good guy and an amazing professional.
“He won the World Cup with the national team, he has played with the national team a lot and he is very good right-back.
“He looks to get forward and cross the ball, he has a lot of quality and I think he will prove that in England.”