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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: King on Ancelotti’s lies, James transfer latest, wonderkid linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Check out our midfielders and forwards “Keep-Extend-Sell” roundtable discussion. [RBM]

It was penalty heartbreak for Lucas Digne — who didn't play due to injury — and France, who were dumped from the Euros by Switzerland.

Richarlison played 12 minutes off the bench in Brazil’s 1–1 draw versus Ecuador in their dead rubber last round of Copa America.

England Goalkeeping coach Alan Kelly had high praise for Jordan Pickford ahead of the Three Lions’ Round of 16 game against Germany. [EFC]

Everton are monitoring 20-year-old Inter Milan forward Martin Satriano, but Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United have also shown interest. [Goodison News via Daily Mail]

Colombian journalist Pipe Sierra tweeted about talks between Everton and AC Milan about a potential James Rodriguez transfer.

Josh King barely got any playing time under Carlo Ancelotti, and the striker has said that he felt lied to by the manager who had promised him playing time, which is why he joined the Blues. [Dagbladet]

“I did not get the chance, not a single start. Had I got a start and not performed, I would have understood it.

“I had another offer that gave much more security, but was told that I would get to play and that I would get the chance at Everton. But it was not delivered, so then I feel that was not the intention, just.

“Do not trust coaches who promise you things and say you will get the chance, that you will start.”

“That’s how the football world is. This is how it is when you get to the top of the real world. That’s the way it is. But no, I do not regret that I went there [Everton]. But yes, he lied to me. But again; There are not many honest people who work in football. Except for the players, then. I had no relationship with Ancelotti.

Tired of the constant stream of speculation linking the Toffees to Sporting midfielder Matheus Nunes? Well, I’m not! [sportslens via Record]

What To Watch

In today’s games at the Euros, England (Jordan Pickford and Dominic Calvert-Lewin) take on Germany while Sweden (Robin Olsen) face Ukraine.
The Copa América quarterfinals begin on Friday.

Full schedule of games here.

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