Everton Transfers

The Latest Everton FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for 2017 – 2018

Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below

  • Tue, 27 Jun 2017 12:28:42 +0000: Everton close in on striker Onyekuru - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC
    Everton are close to completing a £7m deal for KAS Eupen's Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru.
  • Thu, 22 Jun 2017 15:56:22 +0000: Everton set to sign Malaga striker Sandro - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC
    Everton are close to completing the signing of Malaga and Spain Under-21 striker Sandro Ramirez after meeting his £5.2m buy-out clause.
  • Thu, 15 Jun 2017 21:24:47 +0000: Klaassen completes £23.6m Everton move - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC
    Everton complete the £23.6m signing of Ajax captain and Netherlands midfielder Davy Klaassen on a five-year deal.
  • Thu, 15 Jun 2017 16:10:53 +0000: Everton complete record Pickford deal - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC
    Jordan Pickford becomes the most expensive British keeper after Everton pay £25m - rising to what would be a club record £30m - to sign him from Sunderland.
  • Wed, 14 Jun 2017 08:00:05 +0000: Premier League fixtures in full - Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC
    Find out your club's full fixture list for the 2017-18 Premier League season.

David Moyes has been scouring the football world for players to add to his squad for next season as he once again looks to over achieve with Everton against the big boys in the division. The club had a fairly good season last year but by Moyes own standards it has fallen well below what he expects from his side and now looks to bolster his squad for the upcoming season.

The first signing of the summer for Everton was the attacking midfielder Steven Naismith who arrived on a free transfer from Glasgow Rangers after the club went into administration. The Scottish international has an exceptional record in football and is seen as the perfect addition to Moyes young and up and coming side.

German international Lewis Holtby is one of Moyes top targets this summer as he looks to increase his capabilities in midfield with Fellani looking like he may find himself on the way out of Goodison this summer with the likes of Chelsea looking for his signature. Holtby who currently plays for Schalke has been quick to distance himself from these rumours as there are a number of clubs in for his services such as Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.

Reserve team striker Joao Silva has finally left Goodison this summer to join the Bulgarian side Levski Sofia for an undisclosed fee as the player had fallen out of favour with the manager following a run of ineffective performances last season.

Defender Joseph Yobo who has been out on loan for the past two seasons is another player who could see the exit at Goodison as Moyes looks to clear out his closet of players he does not need to raise funds for future investments.

Left back Leighton Baines is another player who looks all set to be leaving Everton this summer with Manchester United leading the chase for his services. The influential left back is thought to be one of Sir Alex Fergusons top targets as he looks to replace the ageing Patrice Evra who was slightly ineffective last season and Everton could be set for a fee of around fifteen million pounds for their prized left back.

Everton Game Results

Everton Game Results for the 2016 – 2017 Season

  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Swansea City 1-0 Everton Sat 6 May
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 0-3 Chelsea Sun 30 Apr
Premier League West Ham United 0-0 Everton Sat 22 Apr
Premier League Everton 3-1 Burnley Sat 15 Apr
Premier League Everton 4-2 Leicester City Sun 9 Apr
Premier League Manchester United 1-1 Everton Tue 4 Apr
Premier League Liverpool 3-1 Everton Sat 1 Apr
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 4-0 Hull City Sat 18 Mar
Premier League Everton 3-0 West Bromwich Albion Sat 11 Mar
Premier League Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 Everton Sun 5 Mar
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 2-0 Sunderland Sat 25 Feb
Premier League Middlesbrough 0-0 Everton Sat 11 Feb
Premier League Everton 6-3 Bournemouth Sat 4 Feb
Premier League Stoke City 1-1 Everton Wed 1 Feb
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Crystal Palace 0-1 Everton Sat 21 Jan
Premier League Everton 4-0 Manchester City Sun 15 Jan
FA Cup – Third Round Everton 1-2 Leicester City Sat 7 Jan
Premier League Everton 3-0 Southampton Mon 2 Jan
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Hull City 2-2 Everton Fri 30 Dec
Premier League Leicester City 0-2 Everton Mon 26 Dec
Premier League Everton 0-1 Liverpool Mon 19 Dec
Premier League Everton 2-1 Arsenal Tue 13 Dec
Premier League Watford 3-2 Everton Sat 10 Dec
Premier League Everton 1-1 Manchester United Sun 4 Dec
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Southampton 1-0 Everton Sun 27 Nov
Premier League Everton 1-1 Swansea City Sat 19 Nov
Premier League Chelsea 5-0 Everton Sat 5 Nov
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 2-0 West Ham United Sun 30 Oct
Premier League Burnley 2-1 Everton Sat 22 Oct
Premier League Manchester City 1-1 Everton Sat 15 Oct
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace Fri 30 Sep
Premier League Bournemouth 1-0 Everton Sat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third Round Everton 0-2 Norwich City Tue 20 Sep
Premier League Everton 3-1 Middlesbrough Sat 17 Sep
Premier League Sunderland 0-3 Everton Mon 12 Sep
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 1-0 Stoke City Sat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second Round Everton 4-0 Yeovil Town Tue 23 Aug
Premier League West Bromwich Albion 1-2 Everton Sat 20 Aug
Premier League Everton 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur Sat 13 Aug
  Competition Fixture Date
Premier League Everton 3-0 Norwich City Sun 15 May
Premier League Sunderland 3-0 Everton Wed 11 May


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  • Sun, 15 Sep 2019 20:52:13 +0000: The Dozen: Guardiola's grief and David Luiz's lunge – the best Premier League pictures - Everton | The Guardian

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  • Sun, 15 Sep 2019 15:19:37 +0000: Bournemouth 3-1 Everton: Premier League – as it happened - Everton | The Guardian

    Callum Wilson scored twice for Bournemouth who took advantage of poor Everton defending throughout

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    Here is is Ben Fisher’s match report:

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    Souness is not a fan of Everton’s defending. Cahill a bit more diplomatic in the studio.

    Callum Wilson says: “We needed to get back to winning games at home. Winning games at home is the most important thing.”

    Ryan Fraser says Eddie Howe told him to prove why he should be starting the next game. He has proved that.

    “Hello Mr Howe, I’ll take a three-year deal, please.”

    @Will_Unwin 4 years ago, Jack Stacey was on-loan to us @BarnetFC looking dreadful in League 2. There’s hope for everyone!

    Calvert-Lewin scored but I think Kean needs to be given more chances as he looks the more dynamic player. Calvert-Lewin is very much a ‘can do a job’ striker but if Everton really want to start looking up the table, they need someone more prolific and Kean could be that man. When Kean and Bernard came on it did seem like Everton were playing quicker.

    Bournemouth took their chances and that was the difference, to be honest. Everton let two set-pieces and a long ball over the top end up in the back of the net, while failing to create much down the other end.

    90+2 mins: Mina seemingly hates Pickford, he plays a short backpass to the goalkeeper, who realises it’s a terrible pass and leaps out to clear the ball before Wilson can nip in for his hat-trick. Pickford then gives Mina the look of a primary school teacher to a pupil who has just poured his milk on the floor.

    89 mins: Bernard cuts and drifts past Lerma, whacks a shot which is deflected up into the air, resulting in Billing and Iwobi battling for the loose ball at the back post. The challenge leaves them both on the floor but both just about get up. Five minutes added on.

    87 mins: I actually think this game has been quite even but Bournemouth have just made the most of their time in the final third, aided by some poor defending. Everton have been limited to half-chances and little else.

    85 mins: Michael Keane decides the best idea is to lift a long, high backpass to Pickford from about 40 yards away is a good idea. It is not and bounces out for a corner. Keane would be a good defender if he could pass or keep his position.

    83 mins: Can Everton salvage anything from this? Kean indicates they won’t by crossing the ball into Ramsdale’s hands.

    81 mins: Everton should be back in this game but first Iwobi’s effort from 17 yards is repelled by Ramsdale into Richarlison’s path but the Brazilian messes everything up and whacks it wide. He is rightly punished by being replaced with Theo Walcott.

    Justin Kavanagh emails: “Surely a club paying wages in the tens of thousands (per week) have the right to demand that players become two-footed? Delph’s dreadful inability to use his right foot is comparable to a goalkeeper only using one hand going up for crosses.” Rather than demand, they could just train them.

    79 mins: Jack Stacey, making his Premier League debut, has gone down with cramp after tackling Bernard. He is finding out what the Premier League is all about today.

    77 mins: I watch a lot of live football but have never wanted to buy a TagHeuer watch. Maybe their sponsorship plan is not working.

    Lerma replaces Lewis Cook who has shown what he adds to Bournemouth. The midfielder has missed nine months of football and will be very happy to be back.

    75 mins: Everton have conceded from two set-pieces and a long ball over the top today, which is a bit of a worry looking to win the Everton Trophy this season by finishing seventh.

    The Everton defence is awful. Lewis Cook lifts the ball over the centre-backs who turn like the Titanic, allowing Wilson to nip in ahead of them and calmly lift the ball over Pickford who calm a long way out of his goal.

    71 mins: Bernard and Kean are on for Everton, which is not much of a surprise after Bournemouth took the lead. Calvert-Lewin and Sigurdsson make way.

    69 mins: Fraser is having fun here. This time he dinks a ball into Wilson, who takes it onto his chest but then can’t get his shot away in time and the ball is cleared for a corner.

    Fraser takes a dreadful, low free-kick from the left wing, which beats Delph at the front post who makes a laughable attempt to clear it with his wrong foot. The ball deceives everyone and lands in the bottom corner.

    66 mins: Steve Cook beats Calvert-Lewin to a through ball but then plays a pitifully weak backpass to Ramsdale, which the striker gets to first but the goalkeeper does well to stop his jab and Cook recovers to remove the remnants of danger.

    Down the other end, King springs away from everyone down the left until Richarlison almost catches up and cynically downs in to take the Bournemouth forward down 20 yards from goal. Needless to say, Richarlison was booked.

    64 mins: Richard McGahey points out: “The problem isn’t VAR, it’s Premier League refereeing. Much more physical play is allowed on a consistent basis, tackling opponents in the penalty area, kicking them in the head with high boots, never calling persistent infringement for a cynical team policy of fouling, commentators admiring Sean Dyche, etc. VAR can’t correct for this playing and reffing culture.”

    62 mins: The Everton fans shout for a handball after the ball hits Fraser’s shoulder in his own area. It goes to VAR and comes to nothing. Steve Cook is down in the box with a knee issue, so he might struggle to carry on.

    60 mins: Bournemouth try to pass the ball out from the back despite one of their centre backs being on his haunches. Bit of an odd move which ends with Everton winning a throw-in. Digne wins a corner after his dangerous cross is turned behind by Fraser.

    58 mins: I very rarely get things right, so Eddie Howe replacing Harry Wilson with Ryan Fraser, as I suggested, has cheered me greatly. Fraser’s first involvement is to intercept a stray Delph pass, forcing Digne to bring him down, earning a yellow for his troubles.

    56 mins: Digne seems to be struggling with some sort of injury, not that I can work out what it is. Mina does well to intercept a ball over the top but then just runs it out of play for a corner.

    54 mins: Sigurdsson looks to instigate a counter-attack with a ball down the channel but thinks he is playing for Wimbledon circa 1993 and just whacks it the entire length of the pitch so even Ben Johnson at peak drug taking couldn’t catch.

    52 mins: There’s plenty of back and forth here but someone really needs to take hold of this game in midfield.

    50 mins: A missed a few moments retrieving a pastel de nata from my bag. Luckily, nothing happened.

    47 mins: Digne and Iwobi combine well on the left-hand side of the box, allowing the former to cut it back for Sigurdsson who does his best to divert a strong pass at goal and Ramsdale tips over.

    Here we go again!

    JR says: “The reason Calvert-Lewin has so high above Cook was because he had both hands on Cook’s shoulders and held him down at the same time as he used him to push himself up. You’d maybe expect VAR would have something to say about that. Of course you’d have to believe the people in charge of using VAR know what the hell they’re doing, which I don’t. It’s an epic shambles so far.

    “(And I’m not saying I necessarily want every little niggly foul looked back on or every eyelash offside looked and again and called but if they’re going to use VAR there needs to be some consistency in how it’s used and right now there is absolutely none.)“

    Any early changes required? I would consider Davies for Schneiderlin and Fraser for Harry Wilson.


    971 - Dominic Calvert-Lewin ended a run of 971 minutes without a Premier League goal, since netting against Newcastle in March. Overdue. pic.twitter.com/4aZbFVm6Hh

    Mary Waltz offers: “Everton finally shows some quality in the box. They have the talent to do so much better but on the road it so rarely appears.”

    It’s been a game with plenty of action but minimal quality in the final third. A draw is fair enough at this stage.

    Richarlison makes a run out to the right wing, and lifts a cross onto the head of Calvert-Lewin, who leaps a lot higher than Steve Cook and heads beyond Ramsdale from six yards out.

    42 mins: Ake spins in the box and hits a relatively tame shot towards goal which Solanke gets in the way of and diverts wide.

    40 mins: A yellow card for Delph as he cleans out Wilson with a very high boot. It could have been worse if he caught more of the man but the VAR check says it is not worthy of a dismissal.

    38 mins: Digne gets round the outside of the Bournemouth defence, before crossing into the box for Richarlison to direct a header from six yards out but Rico does enough to put him off and it calmly drops wide.

    36 mins: Steve Cook launches a long throw into the box but it’s high and looping, allowing Everton to head clear. The ball eventually reaches Calvert-Lewin but he is dispossessed as he tries to turn. Not really happening for Calvert-Lewin today.

    34 mins: Schneiderlin just seems to be slowing everything down for Everton, which is a shame due to what they have in the final third. Maybe Tom Davies should be brought on to provide some energy in there.

    32 mins: Another free-kick for Harry Wilson. This time, from a very similar position to early, he only achieves hitting the wall.

    30 mins: Delph stops the counter-attack with a sliding challenge on Callum Wilson who stays down for too long for the liking of Bournemouth due to his injury record but he eventually gets to his feet and looks OK. Coleman then nudges King over.

    Sean Coffey claims via email : “The VAR delay was for suspected offside - which it seemed to be - not for handball. Surprised the goal was given tbh...” Was it? They didn’t seem to get the tramlines out and it definitely wasn’t offside. Maybe I am too tired.

    28 mins: Coleman drives in a low cross but Calvert-Lewin, under pressure from Steve Cook, can only turn the ball behind for a goal-kick.

    26 mins: Solanke has looked a little rusty in the opening spell but has also shown what he provides the team with some great aerial work for the goal and his ability to find space that allowed him to get off a rasping drive.

    Bournemouth win the first header at the front post, which is flicked to the back, where King should convert but instead he lifts the ball back into the danger area off his thigh and Callum Wilson heads it home from six yards out. VAR have a look for some reason or other ... a potential handball by King, which no one else has seen. Goal given. What a waste of time.

    22 mins: Pickford is alert when Solanke finds space on the edge of the are and hits a rising drive which is calmly tipped over by the goalkeeper.

    20 mins: Both goalkeepers are trying to pass the ball out from the back and are taking risks. Ramsdale the latest to put a defender under pressure with a pass out to Stacey.

    18 mins: Richarlison dissects the Bournemouth defence with a lovely pass but it just has a little too much on it and Calvert-Lewin’s toe poke is smothered by an onrushing Ramsdale. Richarlison does not bother with passing a moment later, cutting in from the left and thwacking a shot from 25 yards which whacks off the top of the crossbar.

    16 mins: Both teams are getting a good amount of possession in the final third but are yet to find that necessary cutting edge. Callum Wilson tries to stop Yerry Mina seeing the ball out of play for a goal-kick but only succeeds in pushing him over for a free-kick.

    14 mins: Said free-kick is not Wilson’s best and bounces around five yards in front of Pickford who gleefully takes hold of it.

    12 mins: Schneiderlin holds up Lewis Cook but then clips his heels, gifting a free-kick to Harry Wilson 25 yards from goal.

    10 mins: A straight free-kick from Bournemouth is headed straight up into the air, allowing Solanke to position himself for an overhead kick but his attempt is truly pathetic as he just about makes contact and the ball trickles in the opposite direction to the net.

    8 mins: Bournemouth show what they have in their armoury as Lewis Cook clips a pass out to King, who cuts in, Billing then takes it off the striker’s feet and curls a shot just wide from 20 yards.

    6 mins: Sigurdsson is allowed to dribble from the middle of the pitch to out wide and put in a dangerous cross which Ramsdale is forced to tip over. Digne’s corner is headed clear but Iwobi is allowed to send in a second cross for Ake to flick behind. The referee then blows for an infringement.

    4 mins: Iwobi has a first-time shot from the edge of the area after Everton’s high press wins the ball back in the final third. Iwobi’s effort is deflected wide but it is a great sign of intent from the visitors.

    2 mins: A quiet start in the sun.

    Cenk Tosun misses out for Everton this week, despite a scoring in midweek for Turkey. Jonathan Wilson was praising him on Football Weekly recently but he just does not seem to give Marco Silva such a feeling.

    @Will_Unwin Tosun did fairly well for Turkey in during the international break. Everton's failure to use him is somewhat baffling.

    Peep! Peep! Peep! Let’s get ready to rumble!

    The teams are on the pitch, so we’re closing in on kick-off, which is fantastic news.

    Why are playing warming up in long sleeves? It’s bloody roasting. Maybe they hope to feel the benefit at the kickoff sooner or later. I have the TV on mute as Souness is talking but he is probably just pointing out why Moise Kean is on the bench.

    Callum and Harry Wilson are being interviewed on the beach on Sky Sports. It looks absolutely lovely down there. One day I will go to Dean Court and the beach. Not today, as today I am sat in an incredibly warm office.

    We have some correspondence from the delightful Gary Naylor ...

    I know nothing is more likely to turn Dominic Calvert-Lewin into er... Tammy Abraham like this tweet @Will_Unwin, but he has played 79 PL games for 11 goals and seems, if anything, to be even less confident a finisher than when he started. Trying hard can only get you so far.

    Speaking of Wilsons, here is our very own Jonathan on the Champions League and why it is rubbish (until February).

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    The prospect of Bournemouth starting with two Cooks and two Wilsons is not a positive for this MBMer. I will inevitably spending the afternoon confusing them and forgetting to include their first names in all correspondence, which is unfortunate.

    Bournemouth are looking pretty ruddy attacking in their makeup today. The two Wilsons start, with King and Solanke, too, so it should be a game full of forward-thinking play. Everton also have an exciting front four in the form of Sigurdsson, Iwobi, Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison. If there are not 12 goals in this match today, I will eat my hat or, at least, a hat shaped cake.

    This is not the only show in town today, as the Libs Dems are hosting their party conference in Bournemouth. There plenty of new signings still looking to bed themselves into the team, with their leader eyeing European progress, so the similarities are endless (two).

    Bournemouth: Ramsdale, S Cook, Ake, Rico, Stacey, Billing, L Cook, H Wilson, King, Solanke, C Wilson

    Subs: Boruc, Simpson, Lerma, Ibe, Fraser, Surman, Mepham

    Good afternoon!

    It’s a lovely day for football on the south coast and we are all anticipating an interesting game. Bournemouth are yet to kick into gear this season, picking up just one win and five goals in their opening four games. In order to help the team find the target, Eddie Howe took the players clay pigeon shooting this week. Hopefully the prospect and killing poor, innocent clay birds will be just the thing to assist Callum Wilson et al find the bottom corner today.

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  • Sun, 15 Sep 2019 15:16:42 +0000: Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson fires double to sink lacklustre Everton - Everton | The Guardian

    It is these kind of frail and lukewarm performances that make it nigh on impossible to take Everton’s top-six aspirations seriously.

    Marco Silva overhauled his squad to the tune of more than £115m this summer, undoubtedly bolstering his attacking riches but his side’s defending here left a lot to be desired as Callum Wilson started and completed the scoring to earn Bournemouth a second win of the season. Ryan Fraser stepped off the bench to help the hosts regain the lead after Dominic Calvert‑Lewin’s equaliser, his first Premier League goal for 971 minutes, before Wilson seized on lax defending to seal victory. A passive Everton side flattered to deceive and a Bournemouth team brimming with vim duly punished them.

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  • Sat, 14 Sep 2019 08:00:51 +0000: Bournemouth v Everton: match preview - Everton | The Guardian

    Early optimism remains in full flow at Everton, who travel south with a sense that things are beginning to click. Marco Silva’s summer signings Alex Iwobi and Moise Kean impressed on their full debuts last time out and he has a wealth of attacking options that can damage a brittle Bournemouth defence. Eddie Howe is boosted by the return of midfielder Lewis Cook, who could feature following a cruciate knee injury. Ben Fisher

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  • Thu, 12 Sep 2019 23:05:04 +0000: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend - Everton | The Guardian

    Bruce might have what it takes at Anfield, Manchester United and Spurs under pressure and a six-pointer at the Amex?

    Newcastle don’t have much of a record at Anfield. They’ve not won there since Steve Watson knocked Roy Evans’s side out of the League Cup in 1995; they’ve not tasted league victory there since Andrew Cole and Robert Lee secured a 2-0 win in 1994. It’s been mainly defeats ever since, though they did get a point three years ago against a starting XI featuring Alberto Moreno, Connor Randall and Kevin Stewart. The Magpies won’t be flying down the A1 with too much hope in their hearts, then. Liverpool are on a 13-match Premier League winning run, and Mo Salah and Sadio Mané have had their feet up during the international break. SM

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Everton Games Fixtures

Everton Games Fixtures for the 2016 – 2017 Season

  Competition Fixture Date Kick-off  
Premier League Everton V Watford Fri 12 May 19:45
Premier League Arsenal V Everton Sun 21 May 15:00

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