Digne, 25, signed with Everton from Barcelona on August 1, but the defender caused a bit of an uproar among supporters when it came to light that he had the words to the Anfield anthem tattooed across his chest.
The 25 year old Frenchman made 46 appearances for the Spanish side over two seasons.
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"My tattoo is not about football", the defender explained, before really hitting back.
The French worldwide who also won the Ligue 1 with Paris Saint-Germain and also played for Roma, while speaking after putting pen to the paper said he was delighted to come to Everton, a big club with a great history.
When asked if he would like to see former FC Barcelona team-mate Yerry Mina at Everton, Digne said: "I hope to see him here, but I don't know [what will happen]". He's a good player and a good guy. I think the competition is very good for the team. "I said two times "no" because I am a Blue".
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"I know what positions I have to improve and I have started to make more decisions to be sure about everything".
"I want to show my best football here and discover the best league in the world". I progressed a lot as a player and as a person by playing with the best players in the world.
Spurs are still yet to bring in a new signing this summer, whilst all of the clubs in and around them in the table are spending lavishly. "He'll choose the best for his career and we'll see", he said.
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