As per reports, Everton are ready to give away Mohamed Besic and Ramiro Funes Mori in a bid to sign Middlesbrough’s Ben Gibson. Gibson, 25, is valued at around £20m and it remains to be seen whether a player-plus-cash deal would help the Toffees lure the.
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 23 Jun
Everton are reportedly one of the clubs interested in signing Middlesbrough centre-back Ben Gibson, but they should forget him and make an ambitious move for Switzerland defender Manuel Akanji instead.
by: N/A — EPL: Manchester United 22 Jun
Find out who makes our list of the best temporary exits away from Old Trafford.
by: evertonchris — SB Nation: Royal Blue Mersey 21 Jun
Everton defender leaves club with the quickness.
by: David Gate — Fansided: Rush The Kop 21 Jun
Liverpool are changing transfer priorities according to reports; putting a new £30 million defender ahead of a goalkeeper in the transfer wishlist. Liverp...
by: Ben Goodwin — Football Fancast 21 Jun
Middlesbrough have made a bid for Ramiro Funes Mori, but what should Everton do with the 27 year-old defender?
by: Meghna Sengupta — Soccer Souls 19 Jun
According to a report by The Telegraph, Everton are eyeing a double summer swoop to sign Gelson Martins and Matthijs De Ligt this summer. The Sporting CP winger and the Ajax centre-back are both quite promising and if the Toffees manage to complete the...
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 19 Jun
Celtic centre-back Dedryck Boyata impressed for Belgium in their 3-0 World Cup win against Panama on Monday, and he could be Michael Keane's ideal partner at the heart of Everton's defence next season.
by: WarrenLucy92 — EPL: Blackburn Rovers 19 Jun
The first of our 23 previews of each opponent we'll face in the Championship in 2018-19 moves on to Derby County...
by: Matt Law — Football Fancast 13 Jun
Middlesbrough fans react to suggestions that Everton want to sign centre-back Ben Gibson in this summer's transfer window.
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 12 Jun
We look at the potential ramifications of Everton signing Manchester United centre-back Victor Lindelof this summer.
by: Jacob Steinberg — The Guardian 12 Jun
That newspaper sting did not happen and Allardyce was not sacked after 67 days. England still managed to reach the World Cup but it was a rather different – and more difficult – journey