How is it possible that Everton have been interested in William Carvalho over the duration of four different managers? Clearly, the guy has talent, but he’s also now 26 years old and been with the same team for several years. Sporting CP is a storied Portuguese club. It’s where Cristiano Ronaldo got his starter, but you would expect a guy who has been so widely scouted to have made a big move by now.
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Everton Loans Recap: Lookman stars again, Sandro not terrible
How did Everton’s on-loan contingent do this weekend?
Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Everton are gonna screw up the manager search, aren’t they?
In today’s news: Justin Kluivert could join the Blues, Vlasic is determined and should Shaqiri come to Goodison?
Wednesday’s Toffee Bites
Everton should take advantage of Sevilla’s situation - HITC
Everton’s Premier League ambitions will likely bring another big-money transfer window, but who should they target?
Rooney’s frustration is growing at Everton - IOL
There were fleeting smiles as Wayne Rooney made his way around the pitch, with three little boys wearing his No 10 shirt following in close attendance.
Everton offer ‘very likely’ on William Carvalho - Sport Witness
With the summer transfer window approaching, we’re getting to that time of the year again, when Premier League clubs start making moves for William Carvalho.
Toffees offer expected to be high on Espanyol’s Aaron Martin Caricol - Sport Witness
On Monday, Portuguese newspaper Record strangely repeated an article they had already published yesterday about Benfica’s chase for Espanyol left-back Aaron Martin Caricol.
Everton boss Sam Allardyce wants to lose quantity, bring quality - Liverpool Echo
Speculation continues but Everton boss Sam Allardyce plans summer transfers regardless.
Big Sam Claims New Stadium Can Help Turn Everton into a UCL Club - SI.com
Sam Allardyce Claims New Stadium Can Help Turn Everton into a Champions League Club.
Turner: Positive Finish Can Provide Boost For Next Season - EvertonFC.com
Everton Ladies captain Dan Turner has called on her teammates to finish the campaign on a high note to ensure a positive start to 2018/19.
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