Everton goalkeeper Harry Tyrer is to join Chesterfield on a season-long loan from 1 July.
The 21-year-old boyhood Evertonian, who joined the Blues’ Academy aged seven, will continue his development with Paul Cook’s Spireites, who narrowly missed out on promotion from the National League last season after losing to Notts County on penalties in the playoff final.
Crosby-born Tyrer enjoyed an impressive 2022/23 campaign on loan at Chester, making 55 appearances for the National League North side, keeping 21 clean sheets and being named the club’s young player of the season.
Everton Director of Football, Kevin Thelwell, said: “This loan move is another important step in Harry’s development, playing in a competitive league under a well-respected manager in Paul Cook.
“Giving our young talented players vital experience, overseen by our Loan Pathways Manager, James Vaughan, is an important part of our player development strategy and we have no doubt Harry will continue his progress at Chesterfield.”