Toffees tie down two more teens

Browning and Lundstram have been given two-year deals after helping

the club win the national Academy title last term. The Toffees have

already handed 12-month extensions to youth products James Wallace

and Aristote Nsiala. Wallace, a midfielder who spent part of last

season on loan at Stockport, told the Everton website: “I am made

up it is sorted and I am just looking forward to pre-season.”

Centre-half Niasa, who had a spell at Macclesfield, said: “Getting

on the bench and scoring while on loan have been ups for me this

season and I am looking forward to the next one.” David Moyes has

earned a reputation for bringing through young players in recent

years and counts the homegrown likes of Jack Rodwell and Victor

Anichebe as first-team regulars.