- Born: 21/05/1993
- Birthplace: Harrogate
- Nationality: English
- Debut: 29/08/2012 v Leyton Orient (League Cup)
Luke Garbutt joined Everton from Leeds United in the summer of 2009.
The left-sided defender switched from the Yorkshire side's academy to sign on as a scholar with the Blues.
Highly-rated, Garbutt can play at left-back, in central defence or in midfield and has already played for England's Under-16s, Under-17s, Under-19s and Under-20s.
Garbutt adjusted quickly to life at Everton, featuring for the Under-18s and reserve sides.
He played in the first-team friendly against Bohemians in August 2011 and joined League Two Cheltenham Town on loan shortly after.
After helping the Robins to the League Two play-off final Garbutt returned to Everton and made his senior debut as a second half substitute in the 5-0 League Cup win over Leyton Orient in August 2012.
He featured for England at the Under-20s World Cup in June 2013 and signed a new two-year deal at Goodison Park the following month.
In September he switched to Colchester United in League One agreeing a one-month loan deal which was subsequently twice extended until 4 January 2014.
Garbutt was eventually called back from Colchester and made a number of appearances on the Everton bench before being handed a Premier League debut against Southampton in April.
He made his England Under-21 debut in the 3-0 win over Wales the following month.
Contracted until: June 2015.