AS Monaco midfielder Youssouf Fofana has emerged as atarget for Merseyside giants Everton ahead of the winter transfer window. According to the report from the Liverpool Echo, the midfield department is an area of concern for the Toffees especially in the absence of Doucoure and Everton are ready to bolster their squad in that area.
22-year-old Fofana is valued at around £13m and the transfer fee is not expected to be a problem for Everton. They have already freed up some funds with the summer exits of big earners like James Rodriguez and Bernard. Continue Reading
Merseyside giants Everton have been handed a major boost on the injury front following the news thattheir Brazilian attacker, Richarlison is back in training and in contention to face Watford in the Premier League this weekend.
Everton manager Rafael Benitez has held his press conference for the Watford game at the Goodison Park on Saturday and he confirmed that Richardson is on course to make his return from injury after a little over one month. The Toffess have been without the Brazilian international since he sustained a knee injury during the league game at home to Burnley last month. Richarlison picked up the injury from a poor challenge on the part of Burnleydefender James Tarkowski and it overshadowed the game which saw the Toffess claim a 3-1 comeback victory with all the four goals coming in the second half. English centre back Ben Mee was responsible for the opener in the colours of the Clarets before Everton turned the game on its head in style with three goals in six minutes. The likes of Michael Keane, Andros Townsend and Demarai Gray were on the scoresheet for the Merseyside giants. Continue Reading
The Everton trio of Richarlison, Seamus Coleman and Jordan Pickford will miss the Premier League clash with Norwich City after they picked up respective injuries last week. It was revealed by the official Twitter handle of Everton that the three players might miss two or three weeks of football action.
The aforementioned Everton trio were absent from the squad which lost 3-0 at Aston Villa last weekend thereby suffering a first defeat of the season. Hosts Villa scored all their goals in the second half courtesy English right-back Matty Cash, Lucas Digne (own goal) and Leon Bailey. Continue Reading
Everton striker Moise Kean has agreed personal terms with Italian Serie A giants Juventus ahead of a potential move this summer. The Italian giants are working on a deal to sign the young attacker from Everton before the transfer window closes next week Tuesday. The news of the personal terms agreement between Kean and PSG was revealed by Italian publication Calciomercato.
Mino Raiola is one of the most popular agents in football and he’s the representative of Everton attacker Moise Kean. Raiola is in talks with Juventus over the transfer of the player back to the Italian Serie A and it looks like a deal would be agreed before the end of the transfer market next week. Continue Reading
Everton attacker Moise Kean is a striker alternative for Inter Milan according to the latest reports emanating from the Italian media.
Italian champions Inter Milan are searching for a new striker with RomeluLukakuon his way to re-sign for West London club Chelsea. Lukaku is on the verge of a return to Stamford Bridge in a €115m deal. Continue Reading
Everton have been priced out of a move for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly according to the newest reports emanating from the media in Italy. It was revealed that the Senegalese international centre back is a transfer target for new manager Rafael Benitez.
Koulibaly was an Everton target while Carlo Ancelotti was the manager before he left for Real Madrid this summer and his successor Benitez has told the club to retain the player on the transfer list according to English publication Team Talk. It was revealed that Napoli want big money for Koulibaly and that the Toffees have not been able to meet up the fee demanded by the Italian Serie A club. Continue Reading
Everton playmaker James Rodriguez is on the verge of leaving the Merseyside club this summer. This is according to the newest reports in the media which claimed that the Colombian international wants to leave Everton after the club appointed a new manager in Rafael Benitez.
Carlo Ancelotti had a big influence in Rodriguez joining Everton from Spanish giants Real Madrid but the Italian tactician has since left his position as the Everton manager to take upa similar position at Real Madrid. Ancelotti has returned to the 13-time European champions Real Madrid for his second spell this summer after penning a three-year deal. Continue Reading
Merseyside giants Everton have been on the search for a new manager for several weeks after Carlo Ancelotti walked out on the club to return to Real Madrid for a second spell last month. Ancelotti had been the Everton manager for the better part of the last two seasons before he left to sign a three-year deal as the new Real Madrid manager.
Italian tactician Ancelotti was the Real Madrid boss for a period of two years between 2013 and 2015 before he was sacked and replaced by his then asssistant, Zinedine Zidane. Ironically, Ancelotti has replaced French football legend Zidane after he resigned from the job shortly after the end of the season last month. While he was the Madrid manager, Ancelotti won the elusive La Decima title for the club via the 4-1 win over city rivals Atletico Madrid at the end of extra time in the 2014 Champions League final. Real Madrid had waited 12 years for the La Decima. Continue Reading
Champions League chasers and FA Cup finalists Leicester City are on the verge of signing BoubakarySoumare from Lille in the French Ligue 1 according to trusted transfer news journalist Fabrizio Romano. It was reported that Leicester City and Lille are working on a deal worth €23m for the young midfielder.
Soumare has a lot of suitors in the Premier League including Merseyside giants Everton. Apart from Everton, other English teams like Newcastle United and Arsenal also wanted to sign the Lille midfielder. Continue Reading
Merseyside giants Everton have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho from Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona. This is according to the report from the stables of The Sun.
Coutinho has not lived up to expectations since moving to Barcelona from Liverpool in January 2018. The Reds sanctioned his transfer to Barcelona for a fee of around £140m thus making him one of the most expensive players in world football. The Brazilian national team player is the third most expensive player in the world of football behind the Paris Saint Germain (PSG) duo of KylianMbappe and Neymar. Continue Reading