Everton players arrested on suspicion of child sexual abuse last July extended their bail again.
On Friday, his bail was extended three times until Wednesday, January 19th.
Before this week’s change, it was scheduled for January 16th (Sun).
Greater Manchester police have confirmed that bail has been extended for players who remain unnamed for legal reasons.
Premier League soccer players were attacked by police last year on a £ 2.5 million home and several items were confiscated.
He has been released on bail since July 23, and his arrest sent a shock wave to the entire football world.
In July, it was reported that members of Everton’s team wanted to publicly nominate their arrested teammates.
They wanted it to put an end to the guessing game over player identity.
On behalf of Everton, Rafa Benitez’s team is struggling on the pitch this season.
Merseyside took 15th place at the Premier League table and played in a weekend match eight points away from the relegation zone.
On Saturday, Everton will kick off at 3 pm to the underside of Norwich on Carrow Road.
Then they will host Aston Villa next Saturday at 12:30 pm at Goodison Park.
Everton's bail was extended again after being arrested on suspicion of child sexual abuse
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