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Friday’s Toffee Bites: Feeney loan, Evans talks move, transfer rumours

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Happy transfer deadline day, Blues! Stay tuned with us here and give us a follow on Twitter for all the latest news and rumours from today.

Regardless of any new signings, Everton are finally back in action tomorrow against Watford at Vicarage Road. In their last 10 meetings, Everton have four wins, three draws, and three losses. Will the return of Richarlison, Iwobi, and Sigurdsson help spark a huge three points on the road? COYB!

I am an Evertonian. The first day I signed I was an Evertonian. I love the feeling the supporters have for the team. They are really passionate about the team. You can see this in the stadium and city. There are lots of Evertonians here and the atmosphere in the city is really nice for me. It is a strength for us to have this kind of connection with the supporters,” says Carlo Ancelotti. [RBM]

Our projected lineup for tomorrow’s match. [RBM]

Watch some clips of the Blues preparing for tomorrow’s match.

Cenk Tosun suffers injury setback at Crystal Palace.

Oumar Niasse is reportedly not willing to consider a move to the Championship. [HITC]

I’ve been there for a very long time, it’s all I’ve ever known really. I had two loan spells away from Everton and they definitely helped me to develop. Now I wanted a new challenge, to come to Paderborn and develop even more,” says Antony Evans. [Echo]

Barcelona have seemingly moved on from Richarlison after rumoured Willian bid. [Sky Sports]

Everton players meet the Duke of Cambridge.

Matías Vecino appears to be staying put at Inter. [Sport Witness]

Morgan Feeney joins Tranmere Rovers on loan. [Echo]

What To Watch

Some Bundesliga and Ligue 1 action on today.

Full schedule of games here.

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