Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours
Everton could complete bargain transfer of prospect who would bring new midfield dimension with a potential move for West Bromwich Albion winger Tom Fellows. [Echo]
Lighting up the city's skyline pic.twitter.com/fqVOw4Dkd4— Everton Stadium (@EvertonStadium) January 10, 2024
Seamus Coleman has heaped praise on Everton manager Sean Dyche for implementing “old school principles” which have led to a real positive shift in the squad’s mentality.
“When the manager came in, that was something that excited me about him. He is a bit old school in a way, which is actually a good thing: old school principles around the building; how you train; how you treat each other.
That’s something I relate to and it’s something that I was glad to see come back in. You’re starting to see the lads really buy into his way of working. You either fit in or that’s it – you’re not going to be a part of it.” [EFC]
Hannibal Mejbri looks to be heading to Sevilla even as Everton remain interested.
Sevilla advancing towards agreement to sign Hannibal Mejbri on loan from Man Utd. Everton still keen but as things stands #SevillaFC offer favoured by #MUFC & 20yo. Deal would likely include high option to turn permanent + buy-back clause @TheAthleticFC https://t.co/jekWmLz2fu— David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) January 10, 2024
Rangers are leading Everton in the race to sign Michy Batshuayi this January with the Toffees wanting a loan deal. [Scottish Sun]
Everton is again encouraging supporters heading to Goodison Park to make a food donation to Fans Supporting Foodbanks. [EFC]
Everton have bolstered their legal team for the club’s appeal against their 10-point deduction by appointing one of the UK’s top barristers - 'Super Silk' Laurence Rabinowitz, KC. [Times]
Injuries while at Everton may lead to a perception that Darron Gibson’s footballing career was left unfulfilled. But the once promising playmaker does not see it that way in an interview with the former Blue. [EFC]
HSV Hamburg are hoping Everton resist Premier League interest in Amadou Onana this month, as they’d benefit more from him moving to a European club. [Sport Witness]
My first experience of Everton was when I was around six or seven years old. Blue genes are at the core of the latest My Everton story. [EFC]
What to Watch
A quiet day in England but there are games in Spain, Portugal and Italy.
Full schedule of games here.