Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Plenty of fallout from Monday’s disappointing home draw.
The game seemed to turn after James Rodriguez left. Carlo Ancelotti explains why he took him off. [RBM]
We get the feeling that Ancelotti doesn’t have too much faith in his side, but is being forced to do so. [RBM]
Do you subscribe to our School of Science podcast? Here’s the latest episode as the guys discuss the Monday night debacle and look ahead to next Monday. [RBM]
Nowhere to hide this morning. I'm disappointed I didn't take my chances yesterday. We learn and we move. A week to regroup and time to kick on next Monday. pic.twitter.com/TqEwydSToL— Dominic Calvert-Lewin (@CalvertLewin14) April 6, 2021
The Kalidou Koulibaly chatter continues to rumble on, and apparently we’re selling Yerry Mina to fund that move. [TuttoMercatoWeb]
Talking of selling, looks like Southampton are interested in buying Theo Walcott outright this coming summer. [talkSPORT]
Off the pitch, Alisher Usmanov continues to increase his dealings with Everton with a new sponsorship agreement with MY.GAMES, another firm that’s partly owned by his USM Holdings. [Echo]
Everton Women’s Hayley Raso has had herself quite a month and is in the running for WSL Player of the Month, vote for her by clicking here! [EFC]
Ancelotti is full of praise for the just-returned Jean-Philippe Gbamin. [EFC]
All it takes is one game where Everton’s front two fail to deliver and here come the striker transfer rumours.
Marseille’s 30-year-old Valère Germain has been linked with the Blues. [Sport Witness]
Blackburn Rovers’ 24-year-old Adam Armstrong is third among Championship scorers, and Everton have been scouting the striker. [LancsLive]
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