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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Everton could sign Walcott this week

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In today’s links: Tim Cahill returns to England, club legend praises Tosun and could Garbutt fill in at left back?

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal - Premier League Photo by David Price/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

Things feel a bit uneasy at Everton. One would assume that the club is in no danger of being relegated. And they cannot win any trophies this season (shocker). So, the focus should be on improving the team for the future.

However, Sam Allardyce doesn’t seem to be the long term solution at manager. The kids aren’t playing nearly enough. And all of the transfer targets are established European players with limited upside.

So Everton, that.

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Everton chasing another young attacking talent
Hmm.

Tuesday’s Toffee Bites

Tim Cahill closes in on sensational return to Championship side Millwall - football.london
The Australian midfielder is believed to be close to completing a return to The Den.

Liam Walsh on leaving Everton after 15 years - Bristol Post
The talented midfielder impressed in his home debut against Norwich City.

Is Luke Garbutt the answer at left back? - Liverpool Echo
Cuco Martina is currently deputizing for the injured Leighton Baines.

The real reason for Kevin Mirallas’ exit revealed - board are to blame - Daily Star
Kevin Mirallas left Everton this month after being fed false promises by the club’s board last summer.

Tosun Signing "Great Business" For Blues, Says Campbell - EvertonFC.com
Former Everton striker Kevin Campbell says the Blues have pulled off a “great piece of business” by landing “top-quality” Cenk Tosun from Besiktas.

Theo Walcott may have played last match for Arsenal - Mirror Online
The 28-year-old came off the bench for the Gunners in their 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth on Sunday.

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