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Tuesday’s Everton News: Onana & Branthwaite sale rumours, Hannibal, McTominay & Wharton linked

Recapping all the Everton news from yesterday.

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Everton and Manchester United have held talks over a loan deal for Hannibal Mejbri. [Echo]

Jarrad Branthwaite is being considered for a summer move to Real Madrid this summer. [Daily Mail]

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Everton’s prospective new owners 777 Partners have provided the club with a fresh loan as the wait to see if they will pass the Premier League owners’ and directors’ tests goes on. [RBM]

Should Sean Dyche’s Toffees beat Crystal Palace in the third round replay on Wednesday 17 January (7.45pm GMT), they will host League One side Bolton Wanderers or fellow top-flight club Luton Town over the weekend of 27 and 28 January. [RBM]

Michael Ball tackles the big issues at Goodison Park following Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s sending off at Crystal Palace:

The laws of the game and a literal interpretation of them at times don’t help the referees but some decisions like the Calvert-Lewin sending off, if that’s a red card then you’re going shut a lot of people off from watching football. You’ve got to be very careful because it’s just going to turn so many people away from the game. [Echo]

Amadou Onana is a reported target for Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal, but they would have to pay a premium. [Echo]

There is the potential for a reported player swap deal involving Manchester United’s Scott McTominay and Everton’s Amadou Onana. [EPL Index]

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Blackburn Rovers midfielder Adam Wharton is the subject of growing interest from Tottenham Hotspur and Everton. [Football Insider]

Everton Under-18s goalkeeper Seb Jensen is learning a different side to the game while on loan at Sandbach United. [EFC]

Stanley Mills has returned to Everton from his loan spell with Oxford United after sustaining a knee injury in Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie at Coventry. [EFC]

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