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Monday’s Toffee Bites: Elanga, Danjuma & Moffi latest, Usmanov allegation, Lampard on Everton Board

Recapping all the Everton news from the weekend

Everton FC v Reading - Barclays Women’s Super League
Jess Park being interviewed after the win
Photo by Emma Simpson - Everton FC/Everton FC via Getty Images
Toffee Bites

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Everton fall to Southampton 2-1. Here’s how it happened. [RBM]

Watch the highlights below.

“I’m completely focused on what we’re doing on the pitch. The off-field noise is there but the things we can control as staff and players is on the pitch - and today we got beaten.
“It’s a difficult period. There is so much passion at this club for the right reasons, everyone wants the best for the club. Of course, over the years we’ve come in a direction where we were in a relegation battle last year and again this year,” says Frank Lampard about the Board missing the game due to unfounded ‘safety reasons’. [BBC]

Under-18s draw 2-2 in mini-Derby. [EFC]

Under-21s fall to Blackburn 4-2. [EFC]

Everton Women defeat Reading 3-2. [EFC]

This is a telling Lampard stat.

Here’s another stat that may be hard to swallow.

Manchester United will make a decision on loan moves for Anthony Elanga and Facundo Pellistri in the next few days. Everton are among the clubs interested in the former, but also clubs from other countries are exploring the situation,” says Fabrizio Romano. [CaughtOffside]

It looks like things are progressing in the Arnaut Danjuma negotiations.

Another Everton target striker Terem Moffi looks to be headed to West Ham who are reportedly close to making an offer. [Daily Mail]

The rumour mill has it that sanctioned financier Alisher Usmanov is the real owner of the Toffees, and was present for the interviews of the last few Everton managers including Lampard. [The Guardian]

Congrats to Demarai Gray!

What To Watch

Some La Liga and Serie A action on today.

Full schedule of games here.

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