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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: U23s’ big win, Arias and Todibo latest

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

Everton v Leicester City: Premier League 2
Ellis Simms celebrates a goal with Rhys Hughes
Photo by Emma Simpson - Everton FC/Everton FC via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Can Andre Gomes make the third midfield spot in this new Everton his own? [RBM]

The latest episode of our podcast SOS Radio is out, and we look back at the three wins from last week. [RBM]

The behind-the-scenes video from this weekend’s win is out in the latest edition of Tunnell Access.

“Maybe last year we would have lost or drawn this game [against West Brom] but I think we’ve learnt from our mistakes in the past. We know what we want to achieve this season and we have to show character. We are playing good football and it was a good win for us.” - Lucas Digne is proud of how this team is showing backbone and strength. [EFC]

The Under-23s got back on winning track in the Premier League 2 yesterday, beating Leicester City 3-0 with goals from Callum Connolly, Ellis Simms and Josh Bowler.

“We asked for a reaction from the Liverpool performance and we got it. That was I call a proper Everton performance tonight,” said manager David Unsworth. [EFC]

Dominic Calvert-Lewin agrees with the fans on what we saw against West Brom.

There appears to be plenty of interest in Atletico Madrid’s right back Santiago Arias, with their sporting director claiming they are talking to AS Roma, Everton and Paris St Germain, with Bayer Leverkusen rumoured to be interested too. [Kicker]

Young defender Jean-Clair Todibo wants out of Barcelona and their Ronald Koeman-inspired rebuild. Will he be the centrehalf the Blues need to bolster their backline? [Le 10 Sport]

Defender Kika van Es has left the Everton Women to return to the Netherlands, joining up with FC Twente Enschede. [EFC]

What To Watch

Champions League qualifiers on today, as well as the first set of Carabao Cup fixtures with Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United in action. The Blues will also find out who they would play next should they beat Fleetwood Town on Wednesday with West Ham United taking on Hull City.

Full schedule of games here.

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