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Thursday’s Toffee Bites: Shareholders no-confidence, Danjuma, Openda & Dembele links

Recapping all the Everton FC news from yesterday

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Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

The Everton Shareholders Association has posted a petition to get a non-confidence vote against the current Everton board.

Everton have been linked with former Celtic forward Moussa Dembele. [HITC]

A different report suggests that Dembele has turned down the potential move. [HITC]

Toffees’ target, Ben Brereton Diaz looks like he is moving to Villarreal. [FLW]

The move by Brereton Diaz may be the first domino which will then allow Everton to sign Arnaut Danjuma. [Echo]

Villarreal CF v RCD Mallorca - LaLiga Santander Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images

Everton Under-21s midfielder Tyler Onyango has been recalled by the Club from his loan spell at Burton Albion. [EFC]

Michail Antonio who has been linked with Everton has stressed he is remaining committed to West Ham United despite speculation surrounding his future at the club. [Echo]

The first full-span roof truss has been completed at Everton Stadium. [EFC]

Ian Wright has apologized to Everton fans after he admitted he was “angry” with them having received a WhatsApp message on the morning of the alleged threats and assault of club board members. [Football365]

David Moyes will be sacked if they lose to Everton on Saturday. [Express]

French journalist Ignazio Genuardi has claimed that Everton are interested in forward Lois Openda and they have even had a bid rejected for the striker. [Twitter]

RC Strasbourg v RC Lens - Ligue 1 Uber Eats Photo by Marcio Machado/Eurasia Sport Images/Getty Images

Everton are using intermediaries to try and seal a loan-to-buy deal for Atalanta striker Duvan Zapata, according to Fabrizio Romano. [Caught Offside]

Journalist Dean Jones is painting a grim picture for Lampard’s future:

“It’s a really, really difficult moment. I’m hearing that there are people around Lampard fearing the worst. I guess there comes a point when you have an acceptance of your fate and how it’s not going to turn in your favour.” [Give Me Sport]

Check out Frank Lampard’s live press conference at 1:30 pm ahead of the West Ham game. [Youtube]

Here’s the West Ham away guide if you are heading to London for the game. [EFC]

Everton could beat West Ham who then sack Moyes only for Moyes to then be hired by Everton. [Football 365]

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