Lewis Warrington

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Birkenhead-born Lewis Warrington joined Everton at the age of six.

A gifted all-round midfielder, he boasts impressive energy, and expansive passing range and eye for goal.

Warrington continued his impressive progress in 2020/21, cementing his position as a mainstay in Paul Tait's Under-18s side.

He was an influential presence in the Blues' thrilling FA Youth Cup victories over tournament favourites Manchester City and Chelsea – and captained the team on several occasions during the campaign.

Warrington also made his breakthrough into Everton's Under-23 side towards the end of 2020/21, playing four of their final five Premier League 2 games of the season.

He received the Sir Philip Carter Award – presented to a player “who has shown first-class commitment and achievement in his education while at the Academy” – at the season-ending Academy Awards to cap a fine personal campaign.

After an impressive first half of the 2021/22 season with Everton Under-23s, Warrington joined League Two Tranmere Rovers on loan in the January transfer window for the remainder of the campaign.

He made his Tranmere debut in a 3-0 victory over Swindon Town on 8 February and remained a fixture in manager Micky Mellon's team – starting all of their remaining 17 matches of the season and delivering a series of mature and dynamic midfield performances.

Warrington signed a new two-year deal with Everton in May 2022. After impressing manager Frank Lampard in pre-season - featuring in friendlies in the USA and against Blackpool and Dynamo Kyiv - he was handed his First-Team debut against Fleetwood Town in the Blues' 1-0 Carabao Cup win in August 2022.

The following month, the midfielder joined Fleetwood on a season-long loan. After making his debut in a 1-1 draw against Wycombe Wanderers, Warrington became a mainstay in the Fleetwood midfield, making 38 appearances for the League One side helping the club achieve 13th place.

Upon his return to the Blues in the summer of 2023, Warrington featured in pre-season friendlies against FC Stade Nyonnais, Tranmere Rovers and Wigan Athletic before completing a season-long loan to Championship club Plymouth Argyle, managed by fellow Everton Academy graduate Steven Schumacher.

A born-and-bred Evertonian, who has a Season Ticket at Goodison Park, Warrington counts Toffees left-back Leighton Baines as his football hero.

Contracted until: June 2024

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