Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Yerry Mina was this close to scoring for Colombia yesterday. He also missed out on an assist for what could have been a late winner after being flagged offside.
Elsewhere, Richarlison notched a goal and an assist in Brazil’s 4-0 win against Peru.
It's a party in Brazil— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 18, 2021
Richarlison makes it FOUR pic.twitter.com/IPxFG0PJRD
Another one— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 18, 2021
Everton Ribeiro scores his first career goal for Brazil and makes it 3-0 pic.twitter.com/k1xosRxjFm
Everton are reportedly upping their interest in Denzel Dumfries. Of course, his transfer fee will have gone through the roof after a couple of excellent displays and goals in the Euros. [The Boot Room via ED]
The beautiful game.
What a moment at the Parken Stadium. The game is paused on the tenth minute to pay tribute to Christian Eriksen. ❤️#beINEURO2020 #EURO2020 #DENBEL— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS_EN) June 17, 2021
Watch Now - https://t.co/RRmQgctETJ pic.twitter.com/C9yAwOomZq
“For me, all that stuff [transfer speculation] is kinda extra noise. Obviously for me I’ve been blessed to go on the experience at Barnsley and play with the national team as well. I’ve had lot of experiences and I kind of told myself from the beginning I want to bring back everything that I’ve learned about the new culture, learned about the new style of play and come back here and kind of see how I’ve grown as a player. In terms of all the extra things happening, that’s just something when the time comes. For me right now, it’s focusing on acclimating back to the team and seeing how I can be able to affect the games in the next couple of weeks,” says Daryl Dike. [MLS]
Tack on another name to the never-ending list for next Everton manager.
Everton are understood to have interest in Lucien Favre. Crystal Palace however have made contact with Favre’s representatives and are expected to hold talks in the coming days— The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) June 17, 2021
(Source - The Guardian) pic.twitter.com/VLs6qCtq60
What To Watch
In today’s games at the Euros, Sweden play Slovakia, then Croatia take on Czech Republic and finally England go up against Scotland. Some Copa América and MLS action is on, too.
Full schedule of games here.