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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Diaz pricetag lowered, no Goodison safe standing

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Clear out your schedule and grab a beverage, you’re going to want to read this long-form interview with Andros Townsend. [EFC]

Vote for your Everton Goal of the Month for September and win prizes while you do that - lots of bangers in there, but there’s only one winner surely?!

Here’s another interview worth your time in the ‘My Everton’ segment, where fans are asked to write about the moments they fell in love with the Blues. Here’s Merseyside’s own MMA fighter ‘Meatball Molly’ McCann, as big a bluenose as they come. [EFC]

While ‘Safe Standing’ pilots are being launched across stadiums in the country, Everton have decided not to be part of the initial rollout scheduled for January 1st due to the amount of work it would take to modify Goodison. [Echo]

Apparently FC Porto are willing to let Luis Diaz go for €50 million, lowering the pricetag from their original summer demands of €80m, no James Rodriguez makeweight needed either. [Correio da Manha, via SportWitness]

Harry Winks is looking for a loan away from Tottenham in January, with Everton linked again. [Football Insider]

Could Cenk Tosun be headed back to Besiktas once he is fit again? [Sabah]

Also, it appears Juventus are interested in taking Allan back to Italy, with injury-prone Aaron Ramsey being offered to Everton in January. WTH? [Area Napoli]

What To Watch

All sorts of internationals going on, but the biggest game is Belgium taking on France in the other semi-final of the Nations league.

Full schedule of games worldwide here.

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