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Kieran Dowell has signed a new deal with Everton. Everton have signed academy graduate Kieran Dowell to a revised three-year contract less than two months after making his Premier League debut. The 18-year-old, who joined the club's youth system aged seven, made his first senior appearance in a Europa League tie against Krasnodar in December 2014. "It's a huge day for me and I'm delighted," he told Everton's website. "You could say it's just the beginning. All the work you put in during your time with the academy is towards getting your first...Everton – teamtalk.com 23 Jun 15:00
Everton are said to be lining up a shock move for Galatasaray’s Wesley Sneijder, according to reports in theÂ TurkishÂ media.
According to Turkish media outletÂ Haberler,Â Sneijder has been a long-term target of teams such as Manchester United but is now drawing in interest from Everton.
The reports also claim that the Dutch international could be available for a bargain fee and Â would most certainly beÂ affordable for Ronald Koeman.
Turkish newspaper, SonDakikaÂ say that in his current contract with Galatasaray, Sneijder’s release clause is only Â£5.7million and the Merseyside club are looking to trigger it.
Also according to the reports, the Turkish giants maybe be looking to reduce their wage bill due to the financial fair play regulations and could look to offload the former Real Madrid man to do so.
Everton’s new manager Koeman has previously worked with the midfielder whilst at Ajax and the signing would certainly be a coup for Everton, although his wage demands may prove to be more of a stumbling blockÂ than the transfer fee.
The attacking midfielder has endured a fine career to date playing for the likes Ajax, Real Madrid and Inter Milan.Â Throughout his career the Dutchman has gone on to winÂ league titles in the Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Turkey, including a Champions League triumph for Inter Milan in 2010.
Sneijder has even gone on to accumulate a total of 19Â domesticÂ honours and would be welcomed addition at Goodison asÂ Koeman looks to spend some of his rumoured Â£100million transfer war chest.
The German side have made their move as their own Andre Schurrle is a target for Borussia Dortmund, who in turn want a replacement for Manchester United target Henrikh Mkhitaryan.Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 22 Jun 20:53
Everton keen to land former Manchester United star Nani but face competition from Valencia and Inter Milan
New Everton manager Ronald Koeman has asked about former Manchester United winger, Nani. The Portuguese star is playing for Fenerbahce and has offers from Valencia and Inter Milan.ESPN FC - Everton News 22 Jun 18:49
Everton have brought in a new goalkeeping coach from Feyenoord. Everton's Dutch influx is continuing after they agreed a deal with Feyenoord to bring in Patrick Lodewijks as first-team goalkeeping coach. Lodewijks, 49, is set to be reunited with new manager Ronald Koeman, with whom he previously worked during Koeman's time in charge at the Eredivisie club. An Everton statement said the deal was subject to the completion of the necessary paperwork. Koeman has already brought his brother Erwin and Jan Kluitenberg with him from Southampton to fill the roles of...Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 22 Jun 17:13
Mino Raiola set to dominate transfer window with clients including Pogba, Mkhitaryan and Ibrahimovic
Mino Raiola has been on something of a charm offensive over the last week. Unusually, Manchester United have been the chief beneficiaries.ESPN FC - Everton News 22 Jun 13:46
Belgium defender Thomas Meunier praises teammates Axel Witsel and Romelu Lukaku for helping Belgium recover. The agent of Everton forward Romelu Lukaku has ruled out a transfer of his client this summer to Italy, unless the proposed takeover of AC Milan by a group of Chinese investors goes ahead. Lukaku has many admirers in Serie A, but his agent Mino Raiola says nobody in Italy can afford him, as things currently stand. "He's too expensive for Serie A," Raiola told Belgium's Sportwereld. "That is unless this new group of Chinese investors complete the purchase of Milan." He added: "Romelu certainly has...Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 22 Jun 12:45
Roberto Martinez will stake his claim for more than Â£10million in compensation from Everton at an independent hearing in London on Wednesday.Everton – teamtalk.com 22 Jun 08:40
Manchester United have made an increased offer to Borussia Dortmund for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, while Real Madrid plan to offer Gareth Bale a lengthy new deal, according to reports in Wednesday’s newspapers.
MAN UTD MAKE INCREASED Â£28M BID FOR MKHITARYAN
Manchester United have made an increased Â£28million move for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
The Daily Mirror claims UnitedÂ have upped the ante in their attempts to land the Borussia Dortmund midfielder with a significantly improved second offer.
And there is increasing confidence a deal for Mkhitaryan will be agreed, according to sources close to the negotiations. His agent stated earlier this week he is doing his best to engineer his player a move to Old Trafford, despite Dortmund’s resistance.
New boss Jose Mourinho has earmarked the 27-year-old Armenian as one of his next big-money targets.
And Unitedâ€™s determination to land Mkhitaryan for Mourinho is reflected in the size of their follow-up bid and quick response to having their initial Â£19m offer knocked back.
Having gone three years without the title and after missing out on Champions League qualification for the second time in three seasons, the Red Devils are in a hurry to get back to the top and determined to make sure they are ready to hit the ground running next season under Mourinho.
They also want to show they have learnt from the lessons of the last three summers when they have wasted precious time on ultimately failed pursuits of unobtainable players.
United are now focusing on more realistic transfer targets and want to move quickly to bring them in, the paper adds.
REAL MADRID MAKE PLANS FOR LONG-TERM BALEÂ STAY
Gareth Bale will return to Spain after the European Championship to a ‘contract for life’ at Real Madrid, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The news will scupper the interest from Premier League powerhouses but shows once again the growing presence of Bale as one of the world’s very best players.
Bale, 26, can expect a deal stretching way beyond his 30th birthday. Although it is yet to be formally confirmed, the paper claimsÂ the length of his new contract could be as long as seven years. Madrid will also make him one of the highest-paid players in the world.
He is expected to emerge as the face of Real Madrid in future seasons, ahead even of team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo, who has struggled in this tournament.
Bale cost Madrid around Â£85million in 2013 and that made him the world’s most expensive player. That fee is expected to come under threat if and when Paul Pogba leaves Juventus this summer.
Madrid themselves are favourites to sign the France midfielder but they are eager to tie up Bale quickly.
The former Southampton and Tottenham forward has scored three goals in this tournament. With two European Cups in three years, he is set for a long career in the Spanish capital.
Manchester United have been keen on Bale for years and are hunting for a new superstar to match their commercial brand and Manchester City are also in the market for new talent. Both will be disappointed with the news.
Bale is very happy in Spain and will welcome the talks after a short holiday.
AND THE REST
Chelsea star Diego Costa is in constant contact with former club Atletico Madrid and will stop at nothing for a reunion with Diego Simeone (The Sun)
Raul Meireles is in England to begin talks over a possible move to Bournemouth, according to reports in Turkey
Chelsea have made their move for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly with a Â£19.2m bid (Daily Mirror)
Borussia Monchengladbach have revealed they are ready to make Chelsea loanee Andreas Christensen their club-record signing (The Sun)
Manchester United and Inter Milan are interested in signing Argentina and Zenit St Petersburg central defender Ezequiel Garay, 29 (Tuttosport)
Real’s re-signing of striker Alvaro Morata from Juventus means Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal will have a chance to bid for the player, with the La Liga giants keen to sell the 23-year-old Spain international on for profit (The Times)
Wales forward Gareth Bale, 26, will be given a “contract for life” at Real Madrid that will make him one of the highest-paid players in the world (Daily Mail)
Manchester City want to seal a deal for Schalke wonderkid Leroy Sane by Wednesday – but Bayern Munich are holding up the deal (The Sun)
Promoted Premier League side Hull City are set to make AFC Wimbledon’s 18-year-old goalkeeper Will Mannion their first signing of the summer (Hull Daily Mail)
Premier League champions Leicester City are set to complete the signing of 23-year-old midfielder Nampalys Mendy from Nice for Â£13m (The Times)
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis claims Chelsea target Kalidou Koulibaly will stay with the Italian club for the remainder of his contract (The Sun)
Blackburn Rovers are in talks to sign former Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell. The 22-year-old was released by the Old Trafford club at the end of the season and is available as a free agent (Daily Mail)
Roma have been in talks with Manchester City over the signing of Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta, 31, whose contract expires next year (Gazzetta dello Sport)
England and Newcastle winger Andros Townsend, 24, is not on Liverpool’s list of summer targets, with manager Jurgen Klopp instead keen on Southampton’s 24-year-old Senegal forward Sadio Mane (Liverpool Echo)
Swansea have made a Â£2m bid for Ajax’s 23-year-old centre-back Mike van der Hoorn (De Telegraaf)
Senior figures at Middlesbrough have dismissed claims that Scotland striker Jordan Rhodes is for sale. The 26-year-old striker joined Boro, who were promoted to the Premier League, for Â£9m in January (Teesside Gazette)
Liverpool have have had a Â£7m bid for Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell, 19, rejected by the Premier League champions (Daily Telegraph)
Brazil midfielder Willian, 27, is set to sign a new contract at Chelsea, despite interest from Manchester United (The Sun)
Theo Walcott wants to stay at Arsenal for at least another season despite interest from Liverpool (Daily Star)
Manchester City are set to complete the Â£13.8m signing of Spain star Nolito (Daily Star)
Sporting Lisbon are to offer Manchester United target Joao Mario a massive new contract in order to keep him in Portugal for another year (Daily Express)
Manchester United have made a Â£15m bid for Brazilian youngster Gabriel Jesus, who was recently linked with Man City (Daily Express)
Mats Hummels has revealed he would have considered joining Manchester United over Bayern Munich if the Old Trafford outfit qualified for next season’s Champions League
Manchester City target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang still wants to leave Dortmund this summer as Atletico Madrid entered the race for his signature (Daily Mail)
Roy Hodgson’s chances of being given a new contract after Euro 2016 have receded after Football Association executives were left unimpressed with his team selection for the 0-0 draw with Slovakia that condemned England to second place in Group B (The Times)
Russia would like Manuel Pellegrini to be their next manager, and have offered the former Manchester City boss a lucrative contract (AS)
The post Paper Talk: Man Utd increase Mkhitaryan bid; Bale future appeared first on teamtalk.com.ESPN FC - Everton News 21 Jun 21:50
Joseph Yobo will be honoured with a game this summer. LAGOS -- Former Nigeria captain Joseph Yobo will see out his playing career in the Nigerian Professional Football League, organisers League Management Company (LMC) announced in a tweet on Tuesday. Yobo, who spent almost a decade at Everton, will play the last 12 games of the season in his country's domestic competition under a special rule put in place by LMC. Under the arrangement, returning former international players are signed on by the league, and drafted to any club who meet the player's...Everton – teamtalk.com 21 Jun 14:24
Romelu Lukaku’s agent has offered Everton hope they can hang on to the striker with the arrival of Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park.
The Belgium striker, currently at Euro 2016, has been making noises about leaving this summer with a host of clubs, including the likes of ChelseaÂ and Paris Saint-Germain, reportedly interested. The player was also mentioned as a possible target for Arsenal in Tuesday’s edition of Paper Talk.
However, representative Mino Raiola told Belgian newspaper Sportwereld: “If he leaves, it’s has to be a good deal for all parties involved.
“Everton don’t need money anymore. Rom wants to play for a club that can win trophies. Something’s changed at Everton – there’s a new project.
“Romelu certainly has the qualities to play in Italy but as the Italian landscape currently looks, there is no team that can afford him. He is too expensive for Serie A.
“Only a global club can pay him. The top clubs in England, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain and, of course, Bayern Munich.”
For the moment, however, Raiola insists Lukaku – like his other clients – is focused on the tournament in France.
“Their duty is to concentrate on it. Their future is tomorrow and as long as they are active at the European Championships, that is their future,” he added.
“Romelu does not want any thoughts of a transfer to be used as an excuse (for poor Euro 2016 performances).”
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Romelu Lukaku's agent has offered Everton hope they can hang on to the striker with the arrival of Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park.ESPN FC - Everton News 21 Jun 12:37
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol assesses whether or not Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would be a good fit at Man City. Manchester City are preparing to step up their interest in Everton defender John Stones, sources close to the club have told ESPN FC. New City boss Pep Guardiola has made Stones, 22, one of his top targets this summer as he prepares to take charge at the Etihad Stadium. Guardiola's desire to land the England international has increased after seeing transfer target Aymeric Laporte end speculation over his future by signing a new deal at Athletic Bilbao. Guardiola has made central-defensive reinforcements...Everton – teamtalk.com 21 Jun 11:46
Chelsea star Eden Hazard has refused to be drawn on speculation linking Romelu Lukaku with a return to Stamford Bridge.
The Everton striker looks set to move on this summer and he has said he has “made up his mind” on his future after revealing the last few months at Goodison Park had been “difficult”.
The 23-year-old has been linked with a move back to Chelsea, where he left in July 2014, while earlier this month theÂ Corriere dello SportÂ claimed the Belgian forward was on Juventus’ wish list.Â
Wherever the Belgium forward’s future lies and Arsenal are the latest club believed to be interested, there is no doubt he will be in-demand at the conclusion of the European Championships next month when his future will be resolved.
His Belgium team-mate Hazard gave nothing away though when he was asked whether Lukaku could be rejoining the capital club.
Hazard told Sky Sports: “I don’t know, I don’t want to talk about this. But Romelu is a big striker, he’s a good guy and a good friend of mine.
“It’s always good to play with the best in the world.”
Lukaku, who scored twice in Belgium’s 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland on Saturday,Â is contracted at Everton until 2019.
Prior to the clash against the Republic Lukaku had come in for criticism for a lack of movement, but Hazard says the forward is “mentally strong”.
“For a striker it’s great confidence to score goals. Lukaku showed how good he is.
“When a striker doesn’t score, he tends to get criticism, but he can take it. He is mentally strong and I am sure he will be difference for us in each game, I hope,” added Hazard.
The former Anderlecht forward has scored 61 goals in 127 matches for the Toffees after joining the club permanently for Â£28million.
Everton have opened discussions over a Â£16million deal for Porto striker Vincent Aboubakar, according to reports on Tuesday.
The 24-year-old, who scored 16 goals last season, has also been linked with a move to Leicester City in recent months butÂ is reportedly keen to link-up with Ronald Koeman at Goodison Park, according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The Dutchman hopes the signing of the Cameroon international can persuade Romelu Lukaku to change his mind about wanting to leave Goodison Park this summer. The Belgium, who has been linked with numerous clubs, was mentioned as a target for Arsenal in Tuesday’s Paper Talk.
Lukaku, who has also been mentioned as a target for Juventus and Chelsea, was Everton chief goal threat last season with JanuaryÂ addition Oumar Niasse failing to impress andÂ Arouna Kone reportedlyÂ considering an offer to move toÂ China.
The post Everton ‘open talks over Â£16m deal for Porto striker’ appeared first on teamtalk.com.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 17 Jun 16:04
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