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Report: Everton eyeing Sevilla striker

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According to a report published by Estadio Deportivo, Everton are considering swooping for Sevilla striker Luis Muriel this summer.

The Toffees have never managed to find a replacement for Romelu Lukaku who left the club last summer to join Manchester United.

They bought Sandro Ramirez last summer who clearly failed to adapt to English football as he scored just once before being loaned out to Sevilla in January.

Report: Everton weighing up move for Spanish goalkeeper Antonio Adán

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Everton are reportedly weighing up a move for Real Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adán according to Spanish source El Gol Digital.

Jordan Pickford has been decent as Everton’s first-choice keeper this season as is likely to continue getting better as he is just 24-years-old.

The Toffees will however need to sign a new back-up this summer as Joel Robles wishes to leave the club may finally be realized.

Southampton reportedly keen on £40m ace...but he would be perfect for Everton

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One of the players who will be in high demand during the summer transfer window is Alfie Mawson. With Swansea relegated to the Championship, they would struggle to keep hold of their star players, and therefore Mawson could be on the move in the summer.

There have been reports of interest from heavyweight clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in Mawson who is valued at £40 million.

Report: Three Premier League clubs keen on Xherdan Shaqiri

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Xherdan Shaqiri is one of the players almost certain to leave Stoke City this summer following the club’s relegation from the Premier League.

Despite the Potters going down, the former Bayern Munich man was one of their better players and scored eight goals for the club.

Everton, West Ham and Crystal Palace are apparently all interested in securing his services ahead of next season.

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19 goals and 11 assists this season: Target refuses to rule out Everton move

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PSV winger Hirving Lozano has refused to rule out a move to Everton this summer.

The Mexican has been linked with a move to Goodison Park ever since Marcel Brands joined the Toffees. The Dutchman was instrumental in PSV signing Lozano.

The 22 year old attacked had a fantastic season with PSV and it will be interesting to see whether Everton make a move for him.

Arsenal playmaker poised to pen £100k-a-week contract renewal

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Davy Klaassen must toughen up to succeed with Everton- Vlaar

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Ron Vlaar has that Davy Klaassen needs to toughen up if he wants to succeed at Everton.

The Dutch international arrived at Goodisan Park last summer and was expected to shine after having guided Ajax to the final of the Europa League the season before.

Unfortunately, things went very wrong.

Arsenal managerial candidate not ‘tough’ enough to steer club’s helm

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Report: Everton hope to complete first major deal of the summer within next week

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According to reports from The Times, Everton are close to appointing Marco Silva as their next manager.

The 40-year-old is expected to be at the Merseyside club next week as Everton are looking to get their summer activity underway following the sacking of Sam Allardyce.

The report claims that Everton want the deal done as soon as possible, and it seems the former Watford manager is close to joining the Merseyside club.

Report: Bruce keeping eye on £35m striker, could face competition from Everton and West Ham

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According to reports from The Mirror (live transfer blog, 18/05/2018 – 15:58), Championship outfit Aston Villa are scouting Porto striker Moussa Marega.

Steve Bruce’s side are preparing for next Saturday’s Championship play-off final against Fulham, and should they return to the Premier League, they would certainly be in a better position to lure the Porto striker.

Paul Lambert leaves Stoke after Premier League relegation

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London (AFP) – Stoke City announced on Friday that manager Paul Lambert had left his position by “mutual consent” following the club’s relegation to the Championship.

He is the fourth Premier League boss to lose his job over the last three days after also-relegated Swansea revealed earlier on Friday they would not be renewing Portuguese Carlos Carvalhal’s contract.

Paul Lambert leaves Stoke after Premier League relegation

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London (AFP) – Stoke City announced on Friday that manager Paul Lambert had left his position by “mutual consent” following the club’s relegation to the Championship.

He is the fourth Premier League boss to lose his job over the last three days after also-relegated Swansea revealed earlier on Friday they would not be renewing Portuguese Carlos Carvalhal’s contract.

Everton and West Ham set to battle it out for highly rated Belgian this summer

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Everton and West Ham are interested in signing the Sampdoria playmaker Dennis Praet this summer.

According to the Italian media (translated by SportWitness), the Belgian midfielder is a target for the two Premier League clubs.

Praet was linked with a move to Newcastle and Everton in the past but the player turned down the chance to join because he wanted to win trophies.

Everton stuck in a time-warp, change coming at Chelsea, West Ham job is toxic

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The dust has barely settled on the 2017/18 Premier League season and there are already three clubs searching for new managers.

Arsenal, Everton and West Ham United have parted company with Arsene Wenger, Sam Allardyce and David Moyes respectively, and the trio are unlikely to be the last bosses to leave their roles this summer.

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager, Silva favoured for job

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was on Wednesday sacked as manager of Premier League side Everton after just six months and despite guiding them away from trouble to an eighth-placed finish, the club announced.

The 63-year-old had come under fire from fans over the route one style of play and former England and Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was rumoured to want to move if Allardyce stayed.

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager, Silva favoured for job

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was on Wednesday sacked as manager of Premier League side Everton after just six months and despite guiding them away from trouble to an eighth-placed finish, the club announced.

The 63-year-old had come under fire from fans over the route one style of play and former England and Manchester United star Wayne Rooney was rumoured to want to move if Allardyce stayed.

Wednesday Kickoff: Buffon preps for retirement; Everton, West Ham search for new managers and more

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While one of the game's stars prepares for retirement, two big Premier League clubs begin the hunt for new managers.

Gianluigi Buffon's agent says the goalkeeper is preparing for his retirement send-off. (REPORT)

Everton has announced the departure of manager Sam Allardyce. (REPORT)

David Moyes has left West Ham with a replacement expected "within the next 10 days".

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was sacked as manager of Everton on Wednesday after just six months in charge despite guiding the Premier League club away from relegation danger to a mid-table finish.

The former England manager, 63, was brought in as Ronald Koeman’s replacement in November, but his rudimentary style of play has proved deeply unpopular with fans of the Merseyside club.

Allardyce sacked as Everton manager

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce was sacked as manager of Everton on Wednesday after just six months in charge despite guiding the Premier League club away from relegation danger to a mid-table finish.

The former England manager, 63, was brought in as Ronald Koeman’s replacement in November, but his rudimentary style of play has proved deeply unpopular with fans of the Merseyside club.

Report: Newcastle and Everton chase exciting forward on bargain deal; club ready to sell

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According to reports from The Mail, Everton and Newcastle Unuted are showing interest in signing Kosovo international Donis Avdijaj.

The 21-year-old forward plays for German giants Schalke, and the Bundesliga club are ready to sell him this summer, for a measly fee in the region of £2.5 million.

Sam Allardyce sacked, Everton fans react: 'Hallelujah', 'Finally', 'Thanks Farhad'

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Everton have confirmed the departure of Sam Allardyce.

The former England manager guided the Toffees to 8th place in the Premier League this season but the Merseyside outfit have decided to move on and find another candidate to take them forward.

West Ham target house-hunting in London after talks with the club on Monday

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West Ham are searching for a long-term replacement for David Moyes and Paulo Fonseca is thought to be a target.

As per the reports, the Portuguese manager has already held talks with the club’s owners and a decision could be made soon.

Fonseca has been linked with Everton as well.

Everton closing in on highly rated target, key man set for exit this week

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Everton manager Sam Allardyce is expected to leave the club this week.

The former England manager has failed to impress during his time at Goodison Park and the Toffees want to appoint Marco Silva as their new boss.

As per the reports, Everton are closing in on the highly rated manager and Allardyce could leave within the next two days.

Everton ready to push through summer move for £37m Premier League star

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Everton are interested in signing Danny Rose from Tottenham this summer.

The 28-year-old has been linked with a move away from Spurs for a while now and reports claim that he is a top target for the Toffees.

Everton are hoping to sign a long-term replacement for Leighton Baines and Rose would be a terrific option.

Everton players believe key West Ham target is heading to Goodison Park

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Everton and West Ham are set to battle it out for Marco Silva’s service this summer.

Both clubs are looking for a new manager and the former Watford boss is a target for them.

As per reports, Everton players believe that Marco Silva will join the club as a replacement for Sam Allardyce.

Major blow for Everton, key target expected to join West Ham instead

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Shakhtar manager Paulo Fonseca is expected to join a Premier League side this summer.

As per the reports from Portugal (translated by SportWitness), Fonseca is a target for West Ham and Everton. However, the Londoners are closing in on the capture. Apparently, Fonseca will take charge of West Ham soon.

Everton in talks to sign €40m star, agent was in England to discuss move

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Everton are in talks to sign the Portuguese midfielder William Carvalho this summer.

As per the reports (translated by SportWitness), the Sporting star’s agent was in England earlier for talks with the Merseyside club.

The Toffees have been linked with the defensive midfielder in the past as well and it seems that they are ready to make a move for Carvalho this summer.

Report: Wayne Rooney says goodbye to Everton team-mates ahead of MLS move

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Wayne Rooney has reportedly bid farewell to his Everton team-mates as he prepared for a move to Major League Soccer (MLS).

The 32-year-old Rooney made a return to his boyhood club last summer following a successful 13-year spell with Manchester United.

Though he is past his prime, Rooney endured a decent season and managed to score ten times across 31 Premier League appearances.

Allardyce wants £50k-per-week star, he would be a fantastic signing for Everton

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According to a recent report from The Mirror, Everton are eyeing up a summer move for Newcastle United skipper Jamaal Lascelles.

The report claims that the Toffees are ready to spend around £25 million to sign the 24-year-old defender. They are willing to pay a similar figure to what they paid Burnley to sign Michael Keane last summer.

‘Gutted’, ‘It’s a shame’ – fans upset as Everton forward announces departure

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We reported on Thursday that Everton forward David Henen is set to leave the club this summer after announcing his impending exit on social media and supporters are upset to see such a talented player depart.

David Henen’s Twitter looks like it confirms that he’ll be departing Everton in the near future.

Everton want to sign top class Spurs target, 24-yr-old would be a terrific addition

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Everton are hoping to sign the Newcastle defender Jamaal Lascelles this summer.

The 24-year-old has been outstanding for Rafa Benitez’s side this season and the Toffees want him to partner Michael Keane at the heart of their defence next season.

Lascelles is very highly rated in England and Everton won’t be the only club after him if he is made available.

Everton boss Allardyce: Rooney has not yet asked to leave

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Everton manager Sam Allardyce confirmed in his news conference Friday there does appear to be some interest from MLS side D.C. United in signing forward Wayne Rooney.

It was revealed Thursday that Rooney could be on the verge of a move to MLS. Friday, that saga took another turn. News came out that Rooney would be missing Everton's final match of the Premier League season at West Ham United on Sunday due to a knee injury.

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Allardyce ‘disappointed’ by Everton sacking

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce said he was disappointed at his sacking from Everton but knew it was coming after media speculation over his departure reached fever pitch.

The 63-year-old was jettisoned after less than six months in charge at Goodison Park after a short meeting with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri on Wednesday.

Allardyce ‘disappointed’ by Everton sacking

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London (AFP) – Sam Allardyce said he was disappointed at his sacking from Everton but knew it was coming after media speculation over his departure reached fever pitch.

The 63-year-old was jettisoned after less than six months in charge at Goodison Park after a short meeting with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri on Wednesday.

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Official: David Moyes Leaves West Ham After Decent Six Months In Charge

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It's been confirmed that David Moyes has left West Ham today after six months in charge at the London Stadium.

Moyes took over in November on a short-term basis and subsequently guided the Hammers to Premier League survival, instilling a new flush of discipline and work ethic during his short stint.

Sam Allardyce Left ‘Shocked, Disappointed And Disgusted’ After Being Stealth-Sacked By Everton

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Everton fans will no doubt be enthused to learn that Sam Allardyce has hereby officially left his role as manager of the club.

The break has not come cleanly however, with Allardyce reportedly "disgusted" by the Toffees' decision to clear out their backroom staff while he was busy being presented with a special award at Tuesday night's League Manager's Association (LMA) awards dinner in London.

Rooney and Allardyce futures set to be decided

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London (AFP) – Everton supporters should know by the end of the week whether Wayne Rooney and manager Sam Allardyce will be with the Premier League club next season.

Allardyce rescued the club from a perilous position when he took over last November but fans have criticised his direct style of football and it has been rumoured Rooney wishes to leave the club if the former England manager remains.

Rooney and Allardyce futures set to be decided

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London (AFP) – Everton supporters should know by the end of the week whether Wayne Rooney and manager Sam Allardyce will be with the Premier League club next season.

Allardyce rescued the club from a perilous position when he took over last November but fans have criticised his direct style of football and it has been rumoured Rooney wishes to leave the club if the former England manager remains.

Rooney ‘hasn’t asked to leave’, says Everton boss Allardyce

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London (AFP) – Everton manager Sam Allardyce said Friday Wayne Rooney has not asked to leave the club despite reports he has agreed a “deal in principle” to move to the United States.

Rooney has reportedly agreed a £12.5 million ($17 million) deal with Major League Soccer side DC United that would see the 32-year-old leave his boyhood club just 12 months after rejoining them from Manchester United.

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Report: Everton star considering MLS move

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Everton veteran Leighton Baines is reportedly considering the possibility of moving to the MLS this summer.

Baines has given good service to the Toffees during the past 11-years.

However, he is no longer the player that he was a few years ago. If he decides to stay at Goodisan Park, he will have to be content with a squad rotation role.