Jonny Evans

Born on January 3, 1988, Jonny Evans is a Northern Ireland international defender who plays for Leicester City. He was signed up by the Manchester United academy at the age of nine and spent eight years at the club – including making 198 first-team appearances in all competitions. The versatile defender, used predominantly as a centre-half, was loaned to Royal Antwerp for half of the 2006/7 season – where he made his senior debut in the Belgian second division. He also spent two loan spells at Sunderland where he helped the Black Cats win the 2007 Championship title before returning to make his Premier League debut in January 2008.

The next seven seasons brought a stack of trophies at Old Trafford – Evans lifting three Premier League titles, two League Cups, the Community Shield four times, plus a FIFA World Club Cup. In August 2015, West Bromwich Albion paid £4illion  for Evans who quickly established himself as a regular under Tony Pulis. After three years at Albion, Evans signed for Leicester City in the summer of 2018. He has more than 80 international caps, including Northern Ireland’s four matches at UEFA Euro 2016.

 Position:
Centre-back
  Country:
Northern Ireland
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Belfast
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Jonny Evans

 Position:
Centre-back
  Country:
Northern Ireland
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Belfast
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Born on January 3, 1988, Jonny Evans is a Northern Ireland international defender who plays for Leicester City. He was signed up by the Manchester United academy at the age of nine and spent eight years at the club – including making 198 first-team appearances in all competitions. The versatile defender, used predominantly as a centre-half, was loaned to Royal Antwerp for half of the 2006/7 season – where he made his senior debut in the Belgian second division. He also spent two loan spells at Sunderland where he helped the Black Cats win the 2007 Championship title before returning to make his Premier League debut in January 2008.

The next seven seasons brought a stack of trophies at Old Trafford – Evans lifting three Premier League titles, two League Cups, the Community Shield four times, plus a FIFA World Club Cup. In August 2015, West Bromwich Albion paid £4illion  for Evans who quickly established himself as a regular under Tony Pulis. After three years at Albion, Evans signed for Leicester City in the summer of 2018. He has more than 80 international caps, including Northern Ireland’s four matches at UEFA Euro 2016.