Everton‘s center forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin has shown to the world how he is enjoying the coronavirus lockdown as he takes on the tennis ball challenge. In the video, the 23-year-old England player was seen jogging the tennis ball for several minutes. He has just shown that he is good with a tennis ball too.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin joined Everton in 2016 after the club paid the sum of about €1.80m to his parent club, Sheffield United. Since he arrived in Everton, Calvert-Lewin has played in over 133 games and has scored 32 goals. One of the few people who are badly affected by the outbreak of coronavirus on football is Calver-Lewin. Amazingly, Calver-Lewin has scored on average more goal this season than he ever did in his entire football career for Everton.
Just this season alone, the 23-year-old attacker has scored 13 goals in the Premier League before football activities were suspended in the league last month. He started his campaign with a successful win at the 2017 FIFA U20 World Cup in South Korea when he scored the winning goal against Venezuela to win the cup.
Calvert-Lewin Relationship Life
The 23-year-old U20 World Cup winner is a very romantic person. He can miss a clear chance of scoring goals on the pitch but he will never miss any opportunity he has to flaunt his beautiful girlfriend Meg Lilley.
Although there are no clear shreds of evidence that the two love birds have children, however, this has not caused any negative influence on their love life.
Calvert-Lewin’s new contract in Everton
It is amazingly surprising that this youngster earns just a little above normal in the Blues club. Before the lockdown started, his weekly wages in Everton is around £20,000 which will amount to £80,000 on a monthly basis. Meanwhile, his impressive performance in the club this season has forced the bosses at Goodison Park to want to compensate the youngster.
He signed a new contract with the club which will earn him about £100, 000 weekly. However, many fans of the club gave negative reactions to the new contract that Everton gave to the attacker. Many of them believed that Calver-Lewin’s recent performance is not worth that pay.