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Transfer news LIVE: Paulo Dybala could be set for a shock exit from Juventus
Follow all of Wednesday's transfer news and updates as it happens with Sportsmail's OLI GAMP, including the very latest developments across the Premier League and in Europe.

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Richarlison makes Neymar Everton request
Richarlison had a cheeky request for his followers involving his international team-mate Neymar

Everton news and transfers LIVE - Richarlison's Neymar request
Latest Everton transfer talk, breaking news and more throughout the day

Richarlison and DCL have highlighted extra Everton transfer need
Everton duo in attack have shown signs of being perfect for Ancelotti’s system but need support elsewhere

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Transfer news RECAP: Bayern Munich invite Liverpool bid for Thiago Alcantara
Follow all of Tuesday's transfer news and updates as it happens with Sportsmail's DAN RIPLEY, including the very latest developments across the Premier League and in Europe.

Transfer news RECAP :Willian 'undergoes Arsenal medical' after announcing Chelsea departure
The transfer window is now in full swing as clubs around the world look to strengthen ahead of next season. Recap all the very latest updates with Sportsmail's CIAN CHEESBROUGH.

Sergio Reguilon passnotes: Who is the defender that has been named as LaLiga's best left back?
No one will be doubting why some of Europe's biggest clubs are chasing Real Madrid full-back Sergio Reguilon this summer after his scintillating solo Europa League goal on Thursday.

Transfer news RECAP: Chelsea close in on signing of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen
The transfer window is now in full swing as clubs around the world look to strengthen ahead of next season. Follow all the very latest updates with Sportsmail's DANIEL DAVIS.

PSG 'target shock move for Bournemouth striker Josh King'
Along with Thomas Tuchel's side, it is also reported that up to half of the Premier League's 20 clubs are also monitoring his availability including Newcastle, Everton and Brighton.

Transfer news RECAP: Borussia Dortmund 'offer Jadon Sancho £3.5m pay rise'
The transfer window is in full swing with clubs trying to get deals over the line. Here, Sportsmail's TOM CALDON provides all the latest news and updates throughout the day.

Leeds join Everton in the race to sign £15m-rated 26-year-old

Everton and Leeds United have both expressed an interest in Brighton midfielder Solly March, according to an exclusive report by 90Min. The two clubs have also been joined by Newcastle United in the pursuit of the 26-year-old star. The midfielder, who can play on either wing or at full-back, for the Seagulls only made 19 […]

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Leeds line up swoop for ex-United star as Bielsa looks to make squad improvements

Leeds United are interested in signing Everton midfielder Fabian Delph this summer, according to a report from the Daily Star. Marcelo Bielsa is apparently keen to add some much-needed Premier League experience to his squad as United prepare for their first season back in the top flight of English football, and he sees Delph as […]

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Tottenham and Wolves join the battle to sign in-demand international midfielder

Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers have joined Everton in the race to sign Schalke star Weston McKennie, according to ESPN (via NinetyMinutesOnline). The 21-year-old, who has also been linked with moves to Leicester City, Liverpool and Newcastle United, is apparently available to buy for around €25m, although the clubs chasing him apparently believe that they could get him […]

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Gallery: Countdown - The five greatest Everton games since 1992

As an Everton fan, we have basically seen it all when it comes to the doom and gloom of the Premier League! Whilst there have been a fair few low points for The Blues over the years, there have also been some amazing highs and I’ve taken a look back through the archives to select […]

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Injury worry for Liverpool ahead of Sunday's Merseyside Derby

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah missed his team’s training session at Melwood on Wednesday, just a few days before The Reds are set to travel to Goodison Park for the Merseyside Derby. After Manchester City’s win over Arsenal at the Etihad on Wednesday evening, Everton fans will be very relieved to know that Liverpool can no […]

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Report: Everton and Tottenham set to battle to sign £24m-rated forward

Everton, Newcastle and Tottenham have all shown an interest in signing Roma striker Patrik Schick, according to a report from Italian outlet Gazzetta Italia. Schick is currently on loan with RB Leipzig, but the German club are unwilling to trigger their €27m (£24.1m) option to complete a permanent deal for the forward. The 24-year-old has played second-fiddle […]

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Forget Soares: Everton should move for "clever" £31.5m ace who's "very hard to stop" - opinion
Everton should avert their attention to Lyon winger Bertrand Traore after missing out on Gremio's Everton Soares.

Imagine him & Holgate: Everton must sanction raid for £30m "outstanding" colossus - opinion
Everton must swoop for Aston Villa's Tyrone Mings this summer as he would be the perfect partner to Mason Holgate next season.

Everton must swoop for "exceptional" £30m speedster dubbed the next Arjen Robben - opinion
Everton target Leon Bailey would bring excitement back to Goodison Park if they sign him up this summer.

Bye-bye Kean: Everton could land Ancelotti a new Drogba with swoop for £18m powerhouse - opinion
Everton plotting a move for Koln striker Jhon Cordoba would be shades of Didier Drogba at Chelsea under Carlo Ancelotti.

Better than Iwobi: Everton can revive "extraordinary" star who idolises Andres Iniesta - opinion
Everton must sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Lemar this summer.

Everton Quiz: Only proper fans will remember the finer details of the 19/20 season
Everton made ambitious moves in the transfer market prior to the start of the season, with big signings such as Alex Iwobi, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and young starlet Moise Kean from European giants Juventus, showing the club’s intent to try and contend for a spot for European football next season. Marco Silva had a tough start […]

Everton Plotting A £10m Move For Manchester United Ace: A Good Option For Ancelotti?

Diogo Dalot has fallen below the pecking order at Manchester United, and Everton are looking to make a move for the full-back.

The post Everton Plotting A £10m Move For Manchester United Ace: A Good Option For Ancelotti? appeared first on Mad About EPL.

Towering South Korean Defender Now On Everton’s Radar: Good Fit For The Toffees?

Carlo Ancelotti has a keen eye for identifying top-quality talent and the latest name the Italian seems to have an interest in is South Korean defender Kim Min-Jae. Also wanted by the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, PSV Eindhoven and Lazio, Min-Jae currently plays in the Chinese Super League and is a transfer target for Everton, claims a story from this Italian news outfit. But who is Kim Min-Jae and why are Everton showing an interest? Kim Min-Jae – ‘The Monstre’ Nicknamed ‘The Monstre’, Min-Jae is an intimidating figure, standing 6ft 2in and weighing 86 kilos. A central defender by trait,

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Versatile Forward On Everton’s Radar: His Numbers, and How He Will Fit in

Joshua King could be on the move following Bournemouth's relegation to the Championship, and Everton could make a move for the attacker.

The post Versatile Forward On Everton’s Radar: His Numbers, and How He Will Fit in appeared first on Mad About EPL.

Everton Mulling Over A Move For Relegated Welsh Attacker: Smart Option For Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti’s quest for improvement at Merseyside might see Everton make a move for Bournemouth star David Brooks this transfer window. According to a report from Daily Star this week, The Cherries are desperate to keep hold of their Welsh star. But the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United are also interested in Brooks, who is wanted by the Merseyside club. More on David Brooks Having moved to Bournemouth in 2018, the 23-year-old broke into the first team straight away and registered seven goals and five assists in 29 league starts, turning into a trustworthy player for Eddie

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Manchester United Eye A Transfer For €30m Rated Brazilian: The Player Ole Needs?

Gabriel Magalhaes has done well at Lille, and Manchester United are looking to make a move for the Brazilian defender in the transfer window.

The post Manchester United Eye A Transfer For €30m Rated Brazilian: The Player Ole Needs? appeared first on Mad About EPL.

Everton linked with a €18million transfer for Barcelona ace: A good move by Ancelotti?

Martin Braithwaite has had a difficult spell at Barcelona since joining them in February, and Everton could swoop in to sign him.

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Everton Among Several Clubs Hoping To Recruit Ligue 1 Winger: What Will He Add To Ancelotti’s Side?

According to a recent report by Sky Sports, Everton are among several clubs hoping to.

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Everton Showing ‘A Lot Of Interest’ In This La Liga Winger: What Will He Add To Ancelotti’s Team?

According to a recent report by Le10Sport, Everton are showing ‘a lot of interest’ in.

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Everton’s 2019-20 Premier League Season Review: Major Talking Points, Best Players And Key Moments

The 2019-20 Premier League season has turned out to be a tough one for Everton.

The post Everton’s 2019-20 Premier League Season Review: Major Talking Points, Best Players And Key Moments appeared first on The 4th Official.

Everton Among Five Clubs Hoping To Land This Ligue 1 Defender: Should Ancelotti Step Up His Efforts?

According to a recent print edition of L’Equipe (transcripted and translated by Sport Witness), Everton.

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Chelsea Battling Everton For Highly-Rated Real Madrid Academy Graduate: Smart Move For Lampard?

According to a recent report by Sky Sports, Premier League giants Chelsea are said to.

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Everton Face Fierce Competition In Pursuit Of Promising Defender: What Will He Add To Ancelotti’s Side?

According to a recent report by Gazzetta dello Sport (translated by Sport Witness), Everton will face fierce.

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Picking the best starting XI from Premier League managers who are former players
Great players don’t necessarily become great managers, but the trend of appointing former players – particularly those with previous links to the club – as manager has arguably never been more popular. Juventus are the latest side to turn to an experienced former player with the appointment of Andrea Pirlo this week, the midfield great …

Tweets of the Week: Sarri sacked, Sanchez leaves, and Scott Parker’s rhyme
The best tweets of the week from the world of football, featuring Maurizio Sarri’s sacking by Juventus, Man United finally ridding themselves of Alexis Sanchez, Bob Mortimer’s hilarious Phil Jones trailer, and a Scott Parker-The Streets mashup we never knew we needed in our lives.  Somehow, some way, Sarri will be reunited with his beloved …

Five of the most pointless Premier League transfers from the 2019/20 campaign
As with every new season, 2019/20 saw some good transfer and some bad ones, but there were also moves that just made you wonder “what was the point?”  We’ve selected a few particularly ineffective and useless signings from the last year – some of which you might not even recall ever happening. Patrick Cutrone – …

The best new jerseys of the 2020/21 Premier League season so far
We don’t have to wait very for the new season to arrive and with that comes a host of excellent new jerseys for us to feast our eyes on.  Here are some of the best ones already confirmed for the 2020/21 Premier League campaign, and we will add more when they are announced. Arsenal – …

Liverpool and Man Utd stars dominate POTY and YPOTY award nominations
The nominations for the Premier League Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards have been announced, with title winners Liverpool dominating the senior award following their record-breaking title triumph. Jordan Henderson – recently crowned as the FWA Footballer of the Year – is one of three Reds’ players on the shortlist, …

Arsenal to overrule Arteta over Maitland-Niles future
Arsenal will make Ainsley Maitland-Niles available for transfer this summer as the club bid to raise funds, despite manager Mikel Arteta’s desire to keep the midfielder at the Emirates. The academy graduate is attracting interest from sides across the Premier League with the likes of Brighton and Everton reported to have made enquiries for the …

Reports: Everton readying £10 million bid for Manchester United star Diogo Dalot 
Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly ready to make a move for the Portuguese right-back.

Premier League 2019-20 review: The most improved and declined teams of the season 
Teams like Southampton punched above their weights while heavyweights West Ham & Everton failed to produce the goods.

EPL 2019-20: 6 flop signings of the season
Not all signings made during the 2019/20 EPL season proved to be bang for the buck.

Top 5 players from the EPL's bottom half this season
A look at the top five EPL players of the 2019-20 season from the bottom half of the competition.

Barcelona transfer roundup: Neymar-Griezmann swap deal suggested, Lautaro Martinez interest intensifies, Rakitic close to exit and more
Barcelona have been linked with a host of players, as they look to fine tune their squad in the upcoming window.

5 young British talents who could be Liverpool first-team players next season
A look at five of the most promising young British players who could breakthrough at Anfield.

Everton morning headlines as plans for Jonjoe Kenny revealed
All the latest Everton news, views and transfer rumours from the ECHO

Bernard and Richarlison set for different Everton pre-season plan
Some Everton players have been offered the opportunity of an extended break as they prepare for Carlo Ancelotti's first full season in charge - but have reportedly turned it down

Everton's pursuit of Gabriel complicated by Lille's FFP sanction
Lille have been hit with sanctions by UEFA after breaching FFP regulations

Everton news and transfers - Aaron Ramsey linked
Latest Everton transfer talk, breaking news and more throughout the day

Ancelotti expectations for Kenny clear as Everton field transfer interest
Kenny's Everton future has been a topic of hot-debate for months

Everton evening headlines as Pickford warned over England number one jersey
All the latest news and rumours from around Goodison Park.

Why Everton signing this €35m-rated Brazilian ace would bolster Ancelotti’s midfield cavalry

Why Everton should revive their interested in Sporting Lisbon’s Wendel A report from A Bola (h/t Liverpool Echo) suggests that Everton were keen on signing Sporting Lisbon youngster Wendel back in January. However, no deal materialized and the Brazilian stayed put at Estadio Jose Alvaldale XXI. The same source now claims that the Portuguese outfit […] More

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Everton signing this 24-year-old struggling French star is a gamble that would be brilliant if it pays off

Why Everton should take a gamble on Thomas Lemar As per Le10 Sport (h/t Liverpool Echo), Everton are keen on signing Atletico Madrid flop Thomas Lemar this summer. Having risen through the ranks of SM Caen, Lemar, 24, came to prominence during his time at Monaco. In his three seasons with the French outfit, he […] More

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Everton signing this 27-year-old Man United liability would be a poor decision by Ancelotti

Why Everton signing Jesse Lingard would be a horrible move According to BBC (h/t Liverpool Echo), former Man United star turned pundit Paul Scholes has urged Everton to consider a swoop for out-of-favour Red Devils playmaker Jesse Lingard. Lingard started and scored in United’s 2-1 win over LASK Link in the second leg of the […] More

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Everton signing this 22-year-old Bundesliga star would add some much-needed firepower next season

Why Leon Bailey to Everton would bolster their attack As per German outlet Sport 1 via Sport Witness (h/t Liverpool Echo), Everton are keen on signing Bayer Leverkusen star Leon Bailey ahead of the new campaign. Bailey, 22, started out with Phoenix All Stars Academy in his homeland, Jamaica, and joined USK Anif’s youth system […] More

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Everton interested in 17-year-old Rangers starlet – A bright talent for the future?

Why Cole McKinnon would be a future investment for Everton According to Daily Mail, Everton are interested in signing Rangers youngster Cole McKinnon in the summer transfer window. But the report suggests that they will have to face competition from league rivals Aston Villa, who are also keen on taking the midfielder on board. McKinnon, […] More

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Everton enter the race for 23-year-old Ligue 1 star – Could this help their weak defence?

Why Zeki Celik to Everton would bolster their defence According to The Times, Everton have entered the race to sign Lille star Zeki Celik ahead of the next season. Celik, 23, came through the ranks of Buraspor’s youth system and joined Istanbulspor in August 2016. After making 69 appearances for Istanbulspor is two years, he […] More

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  • Tue, 04 Aug 2020 19:30:30 +0000: Tottenham agree £15m fee for Southampton's Pierre-Emile Højbjerg - Everton | The Guardian
    • Denmark midfielder set to to join Spurs
    • Walker-Peters heading to Southampton

    Tottenham have moved closer to completing the signing of Pierre-Emile Højbjerg from Southampton after agreeing to pay £15m for the Denmark international.

    Højbjerg, who has one year to run on his Southampton contract, was also the subject of a bid from Everton but it is understood that the former Bayern Munich midfielder has chosen to move to north London to play under José Mourinho. Højbjerg is now expected to agree personal terms and sign a contract with Spurs in the coming days.

    Related: Ferran Torres completes move to Manchester City from Valencia

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  • Sun, 02 Aug 2020 07:00:05 +0000: Premier League 2019-20 fans’ verdicts, part one: Arsenal to Liverpool - Everton | The Guardian

    Fans review the season, and set out their transfer wishlists
    Part two: Manchester City to Wolves

    Despite our lowest finish in decades, the faithful seem remarkably optimistic about “project Arteta”. When we overcame our Man City hoodoo in the Cup semi it felt like a real watershed – so it was maybe fitting that we fell flat on our faces at Villa only a few days later. A timely reminder that we lack the resources to mount a sustained title challenge. Leaving Özil and Guendouzi out in the cold was controversial, but as a contrast to the vagaries of Emery’s tenure, the uncompromising intent to impose his vision was refreshing. Seems he’s striving to build the sort of spirit and mentality which might ultimately result in an outfit we can be proud of.

    Related: Premier League 2019-20 fans’ verdicts, part two: Manchester City to Wolves

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  • Wed, 29 Jul 2020 04:00:21 +0000: The 1985 English Super Cup – podcast - Everton | The Guardian

    The best stories from the beautiful game that you may never have heard before, written by some of the world’s leading sports journalists, and spanning more than 100 years of sporting history from across the footballing planet.

    In this episode: after English clubs were banned from Europe in 1985, the Football League created a consolation competition for them.

    Read the text version here.

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  • Tue, 28 Jul 2020 18:00:08 +0000: Leighton Baines, the ego-free Evertonian, retires on his own unselfish terms | Andy Hunter - Everton | The Guardian

    Left-back played 420 games for his club and 30 for England before he departed in the same understated way he carried himself through 13 seasons at Goodison

    A brief pause at the top of the tunnel steps, one quick glance back at a deserted Goodison Park, and then Leighton Baines was gone. Thirteen years and 420 games as an Everton player but no fans or fanfare to mark a retirement that caught many at his own club unaware. This was no way for a magnificent club man to bow out, yet it was strangely befitting of a defender who always delivered on his unassuming and stylish terms.

    Baines’s farewell on Sunday was a 20-minute appearance as a substitute against Bournemouth that featured a goal-denying tackle on Callum Wilson and more intensity than most of the passengers in the Everton team could muster in a 3-1 defeat. It was a final reminder of why Carlo Ancelotti had asked the 35-year-old to stay on for one more season as back-up to Lucas Digne.

    Related: It's Liverpool or Everton – you don't do both, says Leighton Baines

    | Leighton Baines has announced his retirement from football.

    Thank you for everything, Leighton. pic.twitter.com/mhYYWiPHHB

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  • Sun, 26 Jul 2020 17:26:47 +0000: Bournemouth's victory in vain as five-year stay in top flight comes to an end - Everton | The Guardian

    The scores that sealed Bournemouth’s fate were flashed on a giant screen facing Eddie Howe and his players as they traipsed out of Goodison Park towards their temporary changing room in the car park. No hiding place and no reprieve. It would be a long, agonising walk out of the Premier League for the team from the south coast.

    Bournemouth delivered as they had to on the final day, ending Everton’s 11-match unbeaten home run and recording the club’s first ever win at Goodison with a performance that heightened Howe’s belief that this was an avoidable relegation. Josh King, Dominic Solanke and Junior Stanislas scored the goals that brought a merited fourth away win of the season but, with confirmation of Aston Villa’s point at West Ham filtering through as they headed off the pitch, their victory was greeted with almost total silence. The damage, in truth, was not inflicted at the London Stadium. Four points from a possible 24 since the restart fatally undermined Bournemouth’s survival prospects before they arrived on Merseyside. Inflicting a first home defeat on Carlo Ancelotti as Everton manager was no consolation.

    Related: Aston Villa cling on at West Ham to clinch Premier League survival

    Related: Watford relegated from Premier League as Aubameyang fires Arsenal win

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