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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: Richarlison finally announced, who’s next?

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The Brazilian winger was finally confirmed late yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton finally revealed Richarlison late yesterday and it was a bit anticlimactic at that point since we all knew it was happening, just a matter of when it was going to be announced.

However, even before the signing was made official, there were some more transfer rumours to be reviewed.

  • The Blues face new competition for Yerry Mina, and it appears he prefers to play in European competition too. No surprises there. [RBM]
  • Denis Zakaria is an exciting young midfielder who would certainly add some energy to the middle of the pitch. [RBM]
  • Juventus are looking to offload winger Marko Pjaca, and this is why he doesn’t really make sense for Everton. [RBM]
  • We’ve been linked with another winger in Andre Schurrle in case Ademola Lookman is sold, but he doesn’t quite fit the profile either. [RBM]
  • Huddersfield’s name got thrown in the ring for Davy Klaassen, but those rumours were quickly quashed. [Sport Witness]
  • Middlesbrough are losing hope that they could get Muhamed Besic back. [The 72]
  • Not going to make any lame Malcom in the Middle jokes, but the Brazilian was announced by Barcelona yesterday, who stole him away from under AS Roma’s noses. [WhoScored]

You’re here to read about Richarlison though, so here you go.

Click here for the Richarlison stream, where all the stories about the player are collected in one place. [RBM]

This was pretty neat from the team site about the player’s background - Five Things you didn’t know about the player. [EFC]

What To Watch

There’s more Champions League qualifiers being played today, as well as a number of international friendlies around the world, click here for more information.

The International Champions Cup picks up steam with some enticing fixtures, you just have to remember that most sides aren’t using their superstars though: Juventus vs Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund vs Benfica, Manchester City vs Liverpool, AS Roma vs Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan vs Manchester United are all on the cards.

Wednesday’s Stage 17 of the Tour de France stays in the Pyrenees with the top five still unchanged.

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