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Tuesday’s Toffee Bites: Godfrey interview, Calvert-Lewin bid incoming, defender and striker linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

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Pickford clears in front of an approaching Broja
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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours]

“I am able to keep a level head and avoid getting carried away with either extreme. I won’t be on the floor after a bad game, or sky-high when it has gone well.
“I love everything about playing for Everton, it is a massive club, a great club, and I felt this was my home from the day I signed.” - Ben Godfrey talking about his approach to games. [EFC]

Looks like Newcastle are preparing a bid for striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin. The question is, what price are Everton willing to let him go at? [Telegraph]

Per transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, midfielder Donny van de Beek has been promised by new Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag that he is a key part of his plans. [The Sport Review]

Brazilian centrehalf Rodrigo Becao is attracting interest from Everton and Tottenham. The 26-year-old is currently at Udinese with two years left on his current deal. [Tutto Udinese]

Speaking of Brazilians, Richarlison came on as a substitute in the international friendly against Japan to win a penalty that was dispatched by Neymar for the winner. [EFC]

Everton are keen on Chelsea striker Armando Broja, especially if Calvert-Lewin leaves the club, and now West Ham are chasing the player as well. [Daily Mail]

Sunderland are said to be keen on making Nathan Broadhead’s loan permanent this summer, but Wigan Athletic are reportedly also interested in the forward. [Football League World]

“He likes young players and wants to develop young players and bring them through. He wants a young squad so I’ll make sure when I go back for pre-season I hit the ground running and give them something to think about.” - Nathan Patterson talking about Frank Lampard and his goals for next season. [The Scotsman]

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