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Wednesday’s Toffee Bites: DCL injury setback, Holgate rumours, and more

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

Everton Training Session Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

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It was a pretty easy choice to be honest. It’s a massive club, huge history and obviously we are not where we want to be right now but we can easily get there with the talent we have. The coaching staff and I have full belief that we can do that. When a club really wants you it makes up your mind early on, and I wanted to come here from the very start. I am here now and I am delighted,” says new signing Nathan Patterson. [RBM]

Hear more from the 20-year-old below.

Everton Under-23s look to carry on in Premier League Cup tomorrow when they take on Sheffield United. [EFC]

“My parents and girlfriend told me it’s all like a movie. And when everyone agreed, I got in the car and cried. I had 40 minutes to go home, and probably 30 of them, I cried. I called the girl’s parents, cried with them, then cried myself. It’s hard to explain the feeling – I was very happy, and at the same time it was very scary,” says new signing Mykolenko about moving to Merseyside. [Sport Witness via Dynamo TV]

Gulp. It looks like Dominic Calvert-Lewin might have strained his thigh playing the full game on Sunday.

Everton Women are also looking to progress in a Cup of their own, when they take on Huddersfield Town on Sunday, January 30th. [EFC]

Burnley linked with a move for Mason Holgate. [Football Insider]

Hmm...

No shortage in interest for Lucas Digne though, with Chelsea, West Ham, Newcastle and another unnamed Premier League side (supposedly Aston Villa) all in for him.

Demarai Gray may get a shot to represent Jamaica in their upcoming World Cup Qualifiers. [Sportsmax]

What To Watch

Chelsea take on Spurs in Carabao Cup play. Plenty of Copa del Rey action, too.

Full schedule of games here.

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