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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Tabloids make up Richarlison news, Branthwaite rumours, Bergwijn linked

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

Czech Republic U21 v England U21 - UEFA European Under-21 Championship Qualifier Photo by Christian Hofer - The FA/The FA via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours]

The RBM team takes a look at which players from the relegated PL sides Everton should pursue this summer. [RBM]

Vitalii Mykolenko and Ukraine will sadly miss out on the World Cup following a 1-0 loss to Wales. Gareth Bale and his side will now join Group B, comprising of the U.S., England, and Iran. [EFC]

Jordan Pickford also collected a loss in England’s 1-0 defeat to Hungary. [EFC]

Evertonians demand you run around and give a lot of effort. The manager told me that was the first thing I needed to do. I did it – and showed what I could do on the ball. Since then, he said, ‘I’ve shown faith in you and you’ve repaid me, keep it going’,” says Alex Iwobi. [EFC]

Read up on all the latest advancements with Bramley-Moore Dock Stadium. [EFC]

Can’t say I’ve ever heard of Stephy Mavididi, but he’s a 24-year-old forward playing in Ligue 1. He scored eight and assisted three last season.

Everton are confident of signing James Tarkowski on a free transfer as Frank Lampard begins overhauling his squad,” says journalist Paul Joyce. [The Times]

Richarlison and Brazilian teammate Vinicius Jr had a laugh during training, but the media loved making more of it than it was, saying all sorts of absurd things about our Richy.

Everton rumoured with 24-year-old MLS forward Taty Castellanos. [90 Min]

Blues linked with 24-year-old Spurs forward Steven Bergwijn. [Daily Mail]

Rumours suggest that Jarrad Branthwaite will be going out on loan this season. [Lancs Live via Daily Mail]

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