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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Meis returns, Diaz & Alberto staying, Golovin linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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We’re into the third international break of the season, and things are going to quieten down in terms of Everton news, but not the transfer rumour mill of course.

“It was a very big mark for me to overcome [playing 90 minutes] and I felt really good doing it. It’s a building block. I’ve been working hard every day, running a lot and building my stamina. It’s paying off.”
Youngster Anthony Gordon talks about completing his first full league game for the Blues. [EFC]

Stadium architect Dan Meis is back in the fold, and marked it by returning to Goodison Park over the weekend, and stopping by the construction site at Bramley-Moore Dock too. [EFC]

Speaking of Goodison, the home fans came out in full voice to support the Blues despite their recent rocky run of three straight defeats.

Luis Diaz continues to be linked with a number of clubs, with Chelsea and Everton’s names keeping on coming up. However, it looks like Porto won’t let him leave in January. [Record, via SportWitness]

Also not expected to leave is Brazilian starlet Yuri Alberto, with the Toffees, Arsenal and Manchester City also said to be interested. [Bola VIP, via HITC]

Everton’s issues at forward position make them ripe for all sorts of transfer chatter, with Russian international Aleksandr Golovin the latest name to come up. [The Times, via SportsMole]
Interestingly, the Times piece goes on to say that the Blues are not expected to have too much to spend in January, and that Rafa Benitez is aware of that too.

What To Watch

No international games until Wednesday, but we do have some good games in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Full schedule of games here.

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