Everton wanted Moise Kean in January 2019 but Marcel Brands was forced to be patient
by: N/A — Sports Keeda 7h
Using Opta data, we assess the big stories from the Premier League, as Liverpool marched on and Manchester United were humbled by Burnley.
by: Elliott Cuff — Read Everything: Read Football 8h
Everton have knocked back an enquiry from Parma concerning Moise Kean, according to Tuttomercatoweb. The Serie A side are looking for forward reinforcements this month following an injury to Roberto Inglese, and the Crusaders had identified Everton’s
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 14h
An Italian report has named Everton as a potential destination for out-of-favour Napoli winger Hirving Lozano this summer, and he is someone Marcel Brands said he would consider signing in 2018.
by: Stephan Georgiou — The Transfer Tavern 23h
Former Liverpool footballer Steve Nicol appeared to criticise Everton’s recruitment after explaining why the Toffees are essentially not part of the elite group of European clubs. Discussing Everton’s recent fortunes, Nicol noted that the Toffees...
by: Elliott Cuff — Read Everything: Read Football 22 Jan
Manchester United have joined Everton in the race for AC Milan striker Krzysztof Piatek, according to reports in The Athletic, cited by Sportslens. The report claims that United have ‘made contact’ with Milan over doing a deal for the Poland...
by: Andrew Haines — Snack Football: This Is Futbol 22 Jan
Fans of Everton have aired that they are desperate to see Brazilian attacker, Richarlison, return to full fitness following a short spell out with an injury.
by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 22 Jan
Everton striker Moise Kean has posted a strong message on Instagram after scoring his first goal for the club in the 2-2 draw against Newcastle on Tuesday.
by: Press Association — Daily Mail 22 Jan
The 19-year-old recorded his maiden Everton goal on his 22nd appearance since a £27.5m move from Juventus in a 71-minute display but it was not enough for victory as Newcastle came back.
by: Trent Nelson — The Runner Sports 22 Jan
Everton dropped points to Newcastle United in the most devastating of ways, two goals in stoppage time. How can the Toffees rebound?
by: Durim Halimi — Fansided: New Castle Toons 22 Jan
Newcastle United left the football world speechless after scoring twice in 102 seconds in stoppage time to draw with Everton, but the Magpies' overall perf...
by: N/A — ToffeeWeb 22 Jan
It was for the most part but then Everton suck you back in a way only they know how. Weve seen a lot of nonsense over the years but this season really takes some doing.
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