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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Ancelotti linked again with former superstars, Meis speaks out

Recapping the Everton news from yesterday

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Here's everything you need to know about Everton’s clash with Southampton today. [RBM]

Mason Holgate has been confirmed OUT for the matchup. [RBM]

You can watch Ancelotti’s full presser below.

Ancelotti was linked yet again with a number of superstars from his previous managerial stops, including James Rodriguez, Edinson Cavani, Thiago Silva and Adrien Rabiot among others. [Daily Mail]

And the virtual match programme.

Ancelotti promises squad improvement this summer. [RBM]

We have a lot of opportunities; people are looking and calling. But Leon [Bailey] is focused on his club and his commitment to the club at this time. We can’t say what the future holds,” says linked target Leon Bailey’s agent Craig Butler. [The Star]

Adrien Rabiot, who has been linked with the Blues for what seems like months now, scored a wondergoal on Tuesday.

Blues rumoured with 23-year-old Spanish defender Unai Núñez. [Metro via AS]

I was extremely disappointed to learn that we wouldn’t be involved in the ongoing work on the stadium. It is my belief that it is critical to have the design architect in a guardian role in order to protect the design that was submitted to planning. We spent more than four years embedding ourselves in the culture of the city and the club during the design process. I believe that level of commitment contributed to the overwhelmingly supportive response to the design,” says Dan Meis. [Architects’ Journal]

Everton reportedly interested in Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard. [The Independent]

I’ve said many times, I’m more than delighted with John [Stones] as a person, as a professional, everything. What I want is the best for him. We’ll speak at the end of the season about what is going to happen,” says Pep Guardiola. Would you take the 26-year-old defender back? [ESPN]

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Matchday! Everton take on Southampton.

Full schedule of games here.

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