Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Rumoured 20-year-old midfielder Santiago Sosa came off the bench in the 94th minute for Argentina U20s in their 5-4 penalty shootout loss to Mali U20s yesterday. While reports claim the promising youngster has already agreed terms with Everton, a work permit may stand in the way of the move, which Blues know far too well from Henry Onyekuru’s almost two-year-long saga.
Fast-forward to 5:06 in the video below to see Santiago Sosa’s penalty.
Everton will wait for Leighton Baines’ decision after offering him a one-year extension. [RBM]
Everton reportedly had an offer rejected for 21-year-old Roma striker Cengiz Ünder, who scored six and assisted 11 in all competitions this past season. Three of those goals and two of those assists came in an impressive six Champions League matches. [RBM]
Former manager Ronald Koeman has been talking about his departure from the club. [RBM]
Everton have reportedly agreed terms with 20-year-old Argentinian midfielder Santiago Sosa, but a dreaded work permit stands in the way of him making the move. [RBM]
Phil Jagielka announces he will not be returning to Everton next season. All the best, captain. [RBM]
Everton U23s defender Matty Foulds signs new deal with the club.
Delighted to have signed a new deal with the club, can’t wait for the new season to start⚽️ https://t.co/DQWggGkHjn— matty foulds (@MatthewFoulds98) June 4, 2019
Everton linked with 22-year-old Serbian winger Andrija Živković. [Sportslens]
Everton are set to release two U23 players, while their fight to re-sign striker Bassala Sambou continues. [Echo]
“I want to stay. We have been talking about a contract extension for a while, but there’s no offer on the table any more. I’m ready to stay in Paris. Everybody knows,” says rumored PSG defender Thomas Meunier. [HITC]
What To Watch
Portugal face Switzerland in a UEFA Nations League match. Elsewhere in international friendlies, Cuco Martina captains his Curaçao side against India, Antonee Robinson and the USMNT face Jamaica, and Richarlison’s Brazil takes on Qatar.
Full schedule of games here.