clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Wednesday’s Everton News: Calvert-Lewin form, Phillips & Uzun linked, 777 concerns

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday

Everton FC v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League Photo by Tony McArdle/Everton FC via Getty Images
Toffee Bites

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Jordan Pickford and Seamus Coleman on Everton’s new stadium featuring in EURO 2028 after the confirmation of the United Kingdom as hosts of the tournament. [EFC]

I can’t really put into words how happy I am to be back playing. I think you can see it on my face. To train every day and not worry about when I’m going to be back, what I’ve got to do when I’m back…I’m an action man. I prefer to do than to think or to speak, so to be able to do it makes life a whole lot’s hard to be deprived of playing but now to be back…the fire has been lit again,” says Dominic Calvert-Lewin. [EFC]

This Everton vs Manchester City stat is quite telling and somewhat vindicates Sean Dyche’s assertions that the Toffees have been playing well despite their results.

Check in on the Blues in international action this break. [EFC]

I think he [Jarrad Branthwaite] has done great, the kid. I think he looks composed; he’s got a bit about him, and he has been very impressive. I think he has a great future ahead of him. I like him. I think he reads the game really well, and I think he smells danger, which I like from defenders. He’s adapted himself tremendously well in difficult circumstances because it is a struggle at the moment for the Blues, as we all know. He’s gone in there, and he’s done smashing. I just think the more games he plays, the better he gets,” says Peter Reid. [Echo]

The New York Times take a dive into 777 Partners’ potential financial issues, and what that could mean for their attempted takeover at Everton. [NYT]

Everton linked with 17-year-old midfielder Can Uzun.

Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips is reportedly nearing an exit this January, with Everton monitoring the situation. [iNews]

What to Watch

Everton Women take on Manchester City today.

Full schedule of games here.

Follow Us

Twitter | Threads | Facebook