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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: New third kit release, Lenglet, de Vrij, Isco & Spence latest

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday 

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Lee Carlsey celebrating that Derby winner
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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton are on tour in the United States, and RBM caught up with club ambassador and former goalie Tim Howard to chat about a few things. [RBM]

Another former Evertonian is going places with Lee Carsley now appointed England’s Under-21 coach. [Independent]

hummel are about to drop the third kit for the upcoming season, and based on their tweet-video from yesterday, it’s going to be another retro-themed outfit, this time harkening back to the late ‘50s. [Echo]

Here’s a name you haven’t heard on the Everton transfer rumour mill for a couple of years - Scudetto winner Stefan de Vrij. You’re not mistaken if you’re thinking you’ve heard this before, back in 2017, and before that in 2014. [TuttoSport, via SportWitness]

The rumour mill seems insistent on selling us a central defender this summer, with Barcelona’s Clement Lenglet being linked again despite interest from Jose Mourinho at AS Roma. [Sport]

Middlesbrough youngster DJed Spence is being chased by a number of Premier League sides including Everton, and could be an intriguing gamble for right back. [Telegraph]

Scottish side Hearts of Midlothian are interested in midfielder Beni Baningime, with the player not making the trip to the United States in the hopes of working out a deal. [Edinburgh Live]

What To Watch

The last round of group games in the Olympics men’s football program is on today, including Richarlison and Brazil playing against Saudi Arabia, and there’s also a full complement of Champions League qualifiers.

Full schedule of games here.

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