Report: Lampard has already picked out an 18-year-old Everton talent he wants in his side for years to come
The Athletic have produced a report on the midfield overhaul which has taken place at Goodison Park during Lampard’s first summer in charge.
He has bolstered the engine room which was looking tired and it seems there is also a plan in place for the future too.
Everton have big plans for Warrington and Price
Warrington is a 19-year-old who moved on loan to Fleetwood Town in League One on transfer deadline day.
He actually made his senior Toffees debut against his now loan club in an EFL Cup win there earlier this season.
That has given him a taste of what is to come and impressing in the third tier would be a solid grounding to keep improving.
Price, meanwhile, is 18 and his development will continue at Goodison Park for at least the next few months until the January transfer market opens.
He made his senior debut on the final day of last season, when Everton went down 5-1 to Arsenal having just survived relegation.
This season’s corresponding fixture is to be played this weekend, although it is hugely unlikely Price will be involved again.
He has played for England and Northern Ireland at youth level and is also eligible for Germany and Everton hope he and Warrington will have big futures under Lampard at Goodison.
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