Everton’s new manager is Sean Dycheformer Burnley coach Vincent Kompany. Will he have the same look for Onana as Lampard? Maybe not, but our compatriot has no reason to fear for his place, he is unanimous on the banks of the Mersey.
And if the club is relegated, which is quite possible (they occupy 19th place in the Premier League, it would be their very first relegation) Onana will be able to leave. Simply because his value will be so high that Everton will not be able to refuse a transfer (his contract runs until 2027). A clause is included in the contract, and the clubs interested are already numerous given the good season of the player.
In conclusion, “apart from an offer impossible to refuse by the club and the player” (according to the established formula) Amadou Onana will remain at Everton until the end of the season.