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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Keane and Tosun score, transfer rumours, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

Montenegro v England - UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifier Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Michael Keane scored his first international goal in England’s 5-1 thumping of Montenegro, while Cenk Tosun tallied a brace in Turkey’s 4-0 win over Moldova. Today marks the last day of international action for the Blues before their match against West Ham United this Saturday. Barring the slight knock picked up by Lucas Digne, Everton should be heading into the game with a full squad and high hopes for a late Europa League push.

Check out a recap of all the Blues in international action yesterday. [EFC]

Click the following link to see today’s final schedule of Blues in international play. [EFC]

Don’t expect rumored targets Salomón Rondón or Kieran Trippier to be wearing blue this summer. [RBM]

With only seven games remaining this season, here’s what the Blues have to do in order to qualify for the Europa League. [RBM]

Check out the highlights from Everton U18’s dramatic 3-2 win against Wolverhampton U18s this past Saturday. [EFC]

Check out our recap from Everton Ladies’ 1-0 loss to Bristol City Women. [RBM]

Watch Michael Keane’s goal from yesterday.

Cenk Tosun back on the scoring chart for Turkey (both goals below).

Everton linked with 27-year-old La Liga defender Djene Dakonam. [HITC]

Everton loanee Nikola Vlašić all the buzz in Russia as 21-year-old midfielder tries to revitalize career. [Echo]

Here’s a list of players Everton should consider signing this summer. [Echo]

After the first game in the World Cup against Argentina I knew I was moving! Roberto Martinez, the Everton manager was the commentator on the match for the BBC. After this I knew I’d go there!” reveals Everton loanee Muhamed Bešić. [Mirror]

What To Watch

The final day of international action is here, as Séamus Coleman and Ireland take on Georgia, while Everton loanee Muhamed Bešić’s Bosnia and Herzegovina face Greece, both in EUFA Euro 2020 Qualifying action.

Full schedule of games here.

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