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Digne

(dē`nyə) or

Digne-les-Bains

(dē`nyə-lā-băN`), city (1990 pop. 17,425), capital of Alpes-de-Haute, Provence dept., SE France, in Provence. Points of interest include the Notre-Dame-de-Bourg Cathedral (13th–14th cent.) and a museum housing Gallo-Roman artifacts. On the outskirts of the city is a spa with thermal baths.
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But that ability came to Everton's rescue last December when, in the dying stages of the Premier League game with Watford at Goodison, Digne grabbed his side a point with a pinpoint effort at the Gwladys Street End.
He wanted Digne last summer when Barcelona offloaded him, but was hamstrung by his lack of transfer funds.
Digne and midfielder Gueye shared Everton's players' Player of the Season award after both impressed on the pitch.
Ben Gibson pulled one back before half-time on his first Premier League start for Burnley following double hernia surgery but any hopes of a second-half comeback were ended by Digne's second in the 71st minute, with Richarlison adding a fifth in injury time.
Digne, 25, is looking forward to his first taste of festive football after enjoying winter breaks during previous seasons spent with Lille, Paris Saint-Germain, Roma and Barcelona.
But Digne's craft sealed it after Kabasele's handball 18 yards out.
Everton's French defender Lucas Digne (R) celebrates scoring his team's second goal (AFP)
Movie fanatic Digne is starring in his own big production after joining Everton from Barcelona in an PS18million deal in the summer.
The only problem was that the Catalan giants refused to sell - until Digne made a plea to be set free.
Digne has an impressive CV, having begun his career at Lille before spells with Paris St Germain, Roma and Barcelona.
Le Parisien say Digne is expected to move to Italian side Roma on a season-long loan, with PSG looking at Guerreiro, Sevilla's Benoit Tremoulinas or Monaco's Layvin Kurzawa to replace the left-back.