Everton Hoping Eto’o Can Guide Their Youngsters

Being released by Chelsea this summer, Samuel Eto’o still continuing his career in the Premier League after accepting an offer from Everton, which will see the Cameroon star at Goodisson Park for two years.

The striker is looking forward for his new adventure with Roberto Martinez’s side, hoping to help them pushing for top four place by the end of current season, as his experience is deemed important in helping out many young players at the club.

Martinez believes that despite already 33-year-old, Eto’o can still give many positive things on and off the pitch, especially in guiding his juniors, who doesn’t have many experience as just yet.

Meanwhile, during his news conference, Eto’o also denied previous rumors saying that he had an issue with his former boss, Jose Mourinho, as the ex-Barcelona man revealed that he is actually grateful for all the help that Mourinho has provided him.

The attacker could be making his debut for Everton on this weekend’s clash against Chelsea, which should make things really interesting indeed for all football enthusiasts.