The 24-year-old has endured a complicated relationship with fans since his breakthrough season in 2016-17. As a Liverpool-born lad his graduation from the academy was something which was celebrated, but, as Everton's struggles became more pronounced over the years, he found himself the target of abuse as supporters voiced their frustrations at the team's decline.
Last month the West Yorkshire outfit were ordered to pay Leipzig £18.4million for Augustin as they had an appeal dismissed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The 25-year-old joined Leeds on loan in January 2020 with an obligation to make the move permanent if they won promotion to the Premier League. Leeds appealed after FIFA ruled in June that they must honour the obligation, but CAS upheld the decision.
The Three Lions play France in a World Cup quarter-final on Saturday and the last round of 16 matches will take place today with Spain and Portugal both in action