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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Walcott, Kenny, Lookman interviews, Loftus-Cheek & Tosun rumours

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Theo Walcott is setting his sights high for this season with the Blues. [Sky Sports]

Jonjoe Kenny reflects on the road he’s taken to become a Premier League player. [EFC]

Ademola Lookman admits that with the transfer window behind him he can get settled down again at Everton. [NSNO]

Remember how Phil Jagielka once clocked in as one of the fastest players in the Premier League? Another Everton player is in the top rankings again. [Mirror]

Everton’s “goals from open play” numbers puts them in with some of the best in the Premier League. [Daily Post]

Here’s a recap of the Blues’ loan players on how they’ve done so far. [RBM]

Switzerland football’s general secretary Robert Breiter has been trolling Liverpool forward during the international break by wearing an Everton hat at training. [Inside Futbol]

Norway have been cranking out wonderkids in recent years, and the latest one is Isak Hansen-Aaron. The 14-year-old midfielder is being pursued by Everton and Liverpool, but looks like Manchester United are in pole position for his signature. [Express]

Former Everton striker Romelu Lukaku could be on the move from Manchester United, but it’s not back to the Toffees. [Daily Post]

The Blues were linked with a move for midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the summer, and apparently that is not off the board come January with the player pushing for a move after not getting any playing time in Sarri-ball. [Daily Mail]

More transfer rumours, and this time from another notoriously unreliable Turkish source - apparently Cenk Tosun is headed back to Besiktas, and the Blues are going to sign Liverpool’s Divock Origi. <insert rolling eyes emoji> <insert maniacal laughter.gif> [Aksam]

Watch Andre Gomes and Yerry Mina at Finch Farm, showing off those sharp new training outfits.

What To Watch

More UEFA Nations League action today, with Iceland playing Switzerland, and Spain take on England. Full fixture list here.

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