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newsfootball3 days ago

Amadou Onana is one of the most exciting prospects in European football, proclaims Roberto Martinez

Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez has praised Everton new signing Amadou Onana and believes that the 20-year-old is one of European football’s most exciting prospects. The 20-year-old midfielder signed for the Toffees in a move worth around £34 million despite interest from other European bigwigs.
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newsfootball17 days ago

Everton confirm that they have signed Dwight McNeil in £20 million move

In a statement, Everton has confirmed that they have signed former Burnley winger Dwight McNeil in a move reportedly worth around £20 million with a five-year deal in place. The 22-year-old thrived at Turf Moor since his debut in 2017, making 147 appearances for the Clarets, contributing 24 goals.
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newsfootballa month ago

Reports | Jesse Lingard to travel to USA amidst interest from several MLS teams

According to ESPN, Jesse Lingard is set to travel to the United States in order to listen to offers from several Major League Soccer teams before he makes a decision on his future. The 29-year-old is available on a free transfer after he left Manchester United following the expiry of his contract.
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newsfootballa month ago

Reports | Everton weighing up move for Chelsea starlet Armando Broja

According to the Athletic, Everton are considering a move for Armando Broja this summer and the Toffees have already made an approach to Chelsea over a potential deal. The 20-year-old spent the 2021/22 season on loan at Southampton and enjoyed a fruitful campaign in the league, scoring six goals.
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newsfootballa month ago

Don’t think Richarlison would get into Arsenal starting XI, insists Jack Wilshere

Former Arsenal star Jack Wilshere has claimed that he believes that Richarlison would not get into the Arsenal starting team if he had signed for the Gunners while admitting that the Brazilian needs to come good on his potential. Richarlison is set to join Tottenham from Everton this summer.
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newsfootballa month ago

Tottenham confirm they've signed Richarlison from Everton for reported £60 million fee

Tottenham Hotspurs have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Brazilian attacker Richarlison from Everton for an initial fee of  £50 million plus £10 million in add-ons if certain clauses are achieved. The Brazilian has signed a five-year deal with the side through to the summer of 2027.
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newsfootballa month ago

Reports | Tottenham reach agreement in principle with Everton to sign Richarlison

According to the Athletic, Tottenham have reached an agreement in principle to sign Richarlison from Everton this summer with the forward set to undergo a medical before the end of June. The North Londoners have been heavily linked with a move for the Brazilian and have finally reached an agreement.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Stakes for Everton’s relegation battle are bigger than when I won Premier League, asserts Frank Lampard

Everton boss Frank Lampard has revealed that the stakes for the Toffees’ battle against relegation is higher than when he won the Premier League title because of what it means to the fans. The Toffees have dragged themselves out of the relegation zone but still sit one point above the drop zone.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Loss to Everton is very disappointing especially since we started well, asserts Patson Daka

Leicester City forward Patson Daka believes that his side needs to learn from their mistakes against Everton as they were the better side and should have taken their chances to win the game. The Foxes battled Frank Lampard’s side but were condemned to a 2-1 defeat after a goal from Mason Holgate.
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newsfootball4 months ago

There are some fine margins in football but we’ve got seven huge games, asserts Frank Lampard

Everton boss Frank Lampard believes that the Toffees can survive and go on to replicate the success that West Ham United have had in the near future but added that their focus is on the now. The Goodison Park side have endured a tough season and currently sit just one point above the drop zone.
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