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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: New shirt sleeve sponsor, two midfielders linked, Broja bid

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

Everton on Pre-Season Tour in the USA Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

“He’s going nowhere. He’s our player and that was a hugely-important thing to me, he’s the sort of player we want to build to go forward with.” - Frank Lampard has made his stance on any Anthony Gordon transfer rumours very clear.

Youngster Ryan Astley will be out on loan at Accrington Stanley next season. [EFC]

After being the only club in the Premier League last season without a sleeve sponsor, it looks like the Blues will have some money coming in as a sponsor has been found.

Watch new signing James Tarkowski going through his paces as the Toffees train in Washington DC ahead of their pre-season friendly against Arsenal on Saturday.

Everton along with West Ham and Leicester City are being linked with Lille’s young midfield prodigy Amadou Onana - finally, a defensive midfielder! [HLN, via SportWitness]

Here’s Leon Osman speaking with Demarai Gray and Ben Godfrey in the second episode of the Everton in the USA series.

Frank Lampard is said to be driving the pursuit of Chelsea youngster Armando Broja, with Everton apparently having made a bid for the forward with West Ham also interested in him. [Evening Standard]

The Blues are watching wide midfielder Marcus Tavernier, with Middlesbrough expecting to lose the youngster this summer. [The 72]

What To Watch

We are into the doldrums of summer but there’s some competitive football on - the women’s European championship is underway as are the Europa Conference League qualifiers.

Full schedule of games worldwide here.

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