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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Everton-Arsenal preview, transfer rumours, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton are gearing up for their match against Arsenal this Sunday. In their last 10 matches against the Gunners, the Toffees are 1-8-1, with their sole win coming in December 2016. Both teams have been in terrific form as of late, so expect an electric game this weekend. Marco Silva will have all the pre-match news and more in his presser later this morning.

Check out Everton’s top-10 league goals against Arsenal to get you in the mood for Sunday.

After initially being scouted by Serie A sides, André Gomes is now on the list of a couple of La Liga teams. [RBM]

Jordan Pickford will not face legal trouble after fight in bar, receives support from an unlikely corner. [RBM/RBM]

After a promising start to the season with two goals and one assist in three matches, Theo Walcott has looked lost for a better part of the season, only notching one goal and one assist since August. Is it time for Everton to move on from the 30-year-old winger this summer? [RBM]

Everton reportedly paid £19.1 million on agent fees throughout 2018-2019 season, making them the fifth-highest spenders on agent fees in the Premier League. [RBM]

Marco Silva has started to look like the real deal as of late. [RBM]

Cenk Tosun, André Gomes, and Theo Walcott battle it out in the Davanti Grand Prix.

I want to go to England,” says 22-year-old Everton target Wesley Moraes. [Football 365]

Marco Silva makes it clear that Richarlison will not be sold this summer, despite some surprising Liverpool rumours. [Echo]

Former Everton midfielder Jon Nolan, who joined the Blues in 2000 and was released in 2011, talks about his departure from the team and how he moved on from his long-time club. [East Anglian Daily Times]

18-year-old Southampton forward Michael Obafemi credits Séamus Coleman with his smooth transition into the Republic of Ireland national team. [HITC]

What To Watch

Southampton play Liverpool in what will be an important match for both sides. Liverpool currently sit one point behind Manchester City at the top of the table, while Southampton sit only five points above Cardiff, who are currently in the last relegation spot.

Full schedule of games here.

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