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Lucas Digne's agent lifts the lid on left-back's first season at Everton and reasons for Barcelona move

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“I tell all of my players that the difference between good players and world class players is that everyone can have bad games but world class players have few bad games and bounce back very quickly to their top level.

Although keen to explain the unique demands of the Premier League, Beck had no concerns about the left-back's ability to succeed at Goodison.

It was a big, big decision but he has never looked back,” Beck said.



Mikkel Beck was forging a career as an agent when he decided to “drop by” training at his old club.

An initial fee of £18m, with the potential for it to rise to £22m, was struck after Marcel Brands entered into tough negotiations with the Spanish giants.

But Beck would see, for the first time, a young defender who played with speed, aggression and a “great left foot”.

The Danish striker finished his playing days with Lille, in France's Ligue 1, but headed back to their stunning base at Domaine de Luchin for pleasure as much as business.
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