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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: U23s aim for second trophy, transfer rumours, and more

Recapping all of yesterday’s Everton news

Everton v Brighton & Hove Albion: Premier League 2 Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton U23s are in action today against Newcastle United U23s as they face off in the Premier League Cup final. The young Blues will be looking to add a second trophy to their cabinet this season, after securing the Premier League 2 title just last month.

Despite failing to qualify for the Europa League next season, Everton still have something to play for this Sunday against Tottenham Hotspur. [RBM]

Check in on our Blues out on loan in this week’s loan recap. [RBM]

Everton U23s take on Newcastle United U23s today in the Premier League Cup final today. Hear from manager David Unsworth before the big match. [EFC]

Watch this week’s edition of Everton Unseen, featuring the much-loved Tim Cahill.

Everton U23s duo Morgan Feeney and Bassala Sambou face off for Premier League 2 award.

Everton reportedly interested in offloading Sandro Ramírez this summer for a princely sum, considering how awful he’s been. [Football Insider]

Could Everton snatch up this 20-year-old League One midfielder? [Team Talk]

Irish manager Mick McCarthy reveals why James McCarthy has been left out of the squad for this summer’s international matches. [Independent.ie]

Joe Williams and Callum Connolly reflect on their troubled loan season with Bolton Wanderers. [Echo]

Everton legend Barry Horne reveals how he scored “that goal” against Wimbledon (video below in case you forgot). [Echo]

I read about [David] Neres, I read about [Hirving] Lozano. You name them, but we have no contact with these players,” says Marcel Brands when asked about rumoured targets. [Echo]

What To Watch

All eyes will be on Ajax’s second-leg Champions League semifinal match against Tottenham Hotspur, with Ajax up 1-0 on aggregate. Can the London side make it two-for-two for English clubs?

Full schedule of games here.

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