Nico Hansen at Finch Farm
Hansen, a 17-year-old USA youth international was rewarded for his progress since moving to Everton in 2017 and he has signed a two-year deal.
“Signing this deal is a proud moment for me and my family,” he told evertonfc.com. “It's everything I've been working towards these past two years.
“Since I first arrived here, it's been fantastic. It's been like a family. It's a great environment to be in and everyone is so supportive.
“Now I just want to repay the support the Club has shown in me by becoming the best goalkeeper I can be.”
Anderson, meanwhile, put pen to paper on a one-year deal and is hoping to make the step up from the Under-18s to the Under-23s this season.
“To sign a professional deal for such a big club, you can't ask for any more,” he said. “It was what I've dreamed of as a kid.
“My game has come on a lot since I joined Everton. At every level you are challenged, there is healthy competition for places and it improves you, because every player is giving it everything.
“Now I want to have a solid pre-season and, when I get a chance to play, to show what I can do. I want to pick up where I left off last season.”
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There is always a first time though. Perhaps Minik will get his wish and young Hansen can be our Casillas.
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