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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Kenny talks future, Klaassen reflects on move, and more

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

Everton Training and Press Conference Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Yesterday, Alex Iwobi and Anthony Gordon both featured for their respective national teams. Click here to see all the Blues in international action today and the rest of the break.

There are only three points between ourselves and fifth place which is really amazing considering how things have been with us. The league is such that if you put together three results in a row you will jump up four or five places. There are lots of games ahead and it’s a fun time when there is little time for training but plenty of games,” says Gylfi Sigurdsson. [Echo]

Sigurdsson’s screamer against West Ham United voted goal of the month.

The Icelander has also been talking about how tough his teammate Richarlison is. [EFC]

I thought Everton was a nice club and all. I played a year at Everton, well I didn’t really play, and didn’t score a goal. I just sat there,” says Davy Klaassen on his time at Everton. [Echo]

Jonjoe Kenny discusses his time at FC Schalke 04 and his future with Everton. [Sky Sports]

The biggest thing for me retiring was for my children first of all, and my son Shae is fortunate enough to be part of the Everton Academy. It’s a very proud moment for me as a father,” says Tim Cahill. [Sky Sports]

Everton announce big update on Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium. [RBM]

I feel like I can become a quality player. It’s about reaching the potential that I have. It’s in my hands to dictate that,” says Tom Davies. [Mirror]

What To Watch

Plenty of Blues in international action today.

Full schedule of games here.

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