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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Sigurdsson’s Everton future in doubt, says Swansea boss

In today’s links: Teammates continue to praise Rooney, Everton adding more youngsters and Klassen gets cozy

Watford v Swansea City - Premier League Photo by Christopher Lee/Getty Images

Just one more day to kill before Everton are back in action on the weekend against KRC Genk. It’s not sounding like any big news is imminent, so you’ll have to settle for a couple of prospects incoming and finding out who the Blues will take on in their opening Europa League match next week.

You come for the Gylfi Sigurdsson news? It’s the fifth link under Friday’s Bites.

In case you missed it

Everton will face MFK Ruzomberok in third qualifying round of Europa League
Goodison Park will host its first European match in several years.

Without Romelu Lukaku, expect Everton to extend their shooting range
Preseason goals show new attention to long range shooting

WATCH: Joshua Zirkzee in action at Everton youth game
Youngster went straight into the team in Prague

Friday’s Bites

Everton Already Feels Like Home To Klaassen - EvertonFC.com
The Dutch midfielder spoke to his new team's website about his adjustment to Merseyside.

Gareth Barry: Wayne Rooney can help take Everton to the next level - Daily Star
The Premier League veteran is excited about the Toffees potential for the season ahead.

Transfer Talk: Fiorentina, Everton and Leicester all feature - Derby Telegraph
Everton looking to add yet another high-profile youngster.

Barkley may now be the odd man out at Everton - ESPN FC
Still don't have your fill of Ross news? Here ya go.

Everton target could stay with Swansea, says Paul Clement - BBC Sport
Yeah, he could. He could go to Everton too. No one really knows what's going on with Gylfi Sigurdsson at this point.

Ruthless Ronald Koeman will soon start wielding his axe - Liverpool Echo
Ruthless is a tad strong, but the point is true. Everton have too many players and could do well to unload some wages soon.

Everton deal would net £303m and Tottenham £182m in 10 years time - HITC
It's silly, but go a decade ahead in time and we could see some truly bonkers transfer fees.

What to Watch

UEFA Women’s Euros: Sweden vs. Russia 12 p.m. ET, ESPN3
Germany vs. Italy, 2:45 p.m. ET, ESPN3
MLS: Orlando City FC vs. Atlanta United, 7 p.m. ET, ESPN
Liga MX: Morelia vs. Monterrey, 8 p.m. ET
Tijuana vs. Cruz Azul, 10 p.m. ET
MLB: Nationals vs. Diamondbacks, 9:40 p.m. ET
Golf: The Open Championship, Round 2

FOOTBALL IS BACK! Sort of. Head to LivesoccerTV.com for full listings

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