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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Mirallas speaks out, latest transfer rumours, and more

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Another international break has come and gone. Fabian Delph was the only injury casualty, as he was quickly called back from the England squad due to a hamstring issue. Marco Silva has revealed that the 29-year-old is a doubt for this Saturday’s match against West Ham United. Meanwhile, Everton revealed yesterday that Jean-Philippe Gbamin will be out for another three months following an injury setback.

Looks like supporters will have to wait a while longer to see what Gbamin truly has to offer. [RBM]

Everton linked with 22-year-old defender Unai Núñez. [HITC]

Martinez and Koeman wanted to play football but after, there was Allardyce. I don’t know if he even knew football because he only spent five minutes on the pitch in training. I only stayed for one month while he was there but I spoke to some players and they told me it was very difficult,” says Kevin Mirallas. [The Athletic]

Should the Blues keep 22-year-old striker Jean-Philippe Mateta on their radar? [Sport Witness]

Everton are expected to release Maarten Stekelenburg at the end of this season. [The Boot Room]

What To Watch

Nothing too exciting on today. Everton is almost back!

Full schedule of games here.

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