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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Investment sought for transfer funds, Palhinha & Danjuma linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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Pennington immortalized by his derby goal
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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

The latest episode of the School of Science podcast is out, with the guys talking about end of the season for the Everton’s men’s and women’s teams. [RBM]

All of Everton’s end of season awards for their teams have been announced, here’s the full list of winners with pictures. [RBM]

Could we see a pair of former Everton managers back in the Premier League? Roberto Martinez continues to be linked with the vacant Tottenham Hotspur job, while Marco Silva could be a natural fit with the Portuguese contingent at Wolves.

Matthew Pennington has been with Everton for over 15years now, but that relationship comes to an end this summer. Good luck Penno!

Apparently Everton were not satisfied trying out one AFC Bournemouth attacker in Joshua King, and now we’re looking at Arnaut Danjuma who scored 17 times for the Cherries this last season. [FLW]

The Toffees could be battling Leicester City and Wolves for Portuguese international midfielder Joao Palhinha, but considering he is represented by Jorge Mendes we all know where he’s going to end up. [teamTALK]

In an excellent analysis of where Everton’s season went awry, there’s also an interesting claim that the Blues are looking for added investment to the tune of £100 million that will be used for transfer funds. [The Athletic (paywall)]

What To Watch

Nothing as exciting today as the penalty shootout from last night’s Europa League Final. Maybe the Iranian Azadega League clash between Chooka Talesh and Shahin Bushehr could have some thrills, I don’t know, good luck.

Full schedule of games here.

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