Earlier this week, Everton’s Amadou Onana made clear he wants a move to a top club and that he will use the Euros as a platform to showcase his qualities.

The Belgium international has given another interview to Gazet van Antwerpen, where he has again echoed that Euro 2024 could help him get a move away from Everton.

“The European Championship is a great platform to prove myself. You can put yourself in the spotlight. It has happened before that players do well at a big tournament and then make a transfer,” he said.

The report states the 22-year-old wouldn’t ‘literally say’ that he wants to leave Everton in the summer window.

On this, Onana explained: “But my answers are clear, I think.”

According to Gazet van Antwerpen, his comments indicate the midfielder wants to take the next step in his career, after turning down offers in previous windows to continue at the Merseyside club.

“There have been good offers in the past. It was so in the winter [Arsenal showed interest then] but also before. My work at Everton wasn’t finished at those times, which is why I stayed,” he added.

The former Lille man has three more years left on his contract and recent claims have stated Sean Dyche’s side are requesting a fee between €60m and €70m for him. Onana, however, makes it clear that he has no say on his asking price.

“I have nothing to say about what transfer fee I can leave for. Oh well, if a top club is really convinced of my qualities, the asking price won’t be an issue,” the midfielder said.

Everton have been in relegation battles for the past two seasons and Onana explains that this experience has helped him develop.

“Mentally, it’s not always easy. Mind you, I learned a lot from it, became a lot more mature as a person because of it, but every player wants to compete for the prizes,” he concluded.