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ESPN FC - Everton News 27 May 02:55

Transfer Talk: Lukaku among targets of Chelsea summer shopping

Romelu Lukaku helped Everton to a seventh-place finish in the Premier League. Antonio Conte will pen a new four-year deal at Chelsea before being handed a summer budget of £200m to to strengthen his squad ahead of Champions League football next season, according to the Telegraph. The Italian will pocket £9.6m per season and immediately set out to bring Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge to add firepower to his side. For more on Lukaku to Chelsea, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 01:20

Paul Gascoigne at 50: A celebration of an iconic star

These images focus on Gascoigne's time at Newcastle, Tottenham, Lazio and Rangers plus some highs and lows from an England career that delivered more than a few tears along the way.

Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 12:18

Wayne Rooney to Everton? Fans on Man United star's future

Wayne Rooney faces a decision over his future this summer as he looks set to call time on his trophy-laden 13 year stay at Manchester United.

Everton – teamtalk.com 26 May 12:00

Paper Talk: Mourinho wants quartet in 300m spending spree

Manchester United have “cleared a significant hurdle” in their pursuit of Antoine Griezmann, while Arsenal have made Alexis Sanchez a huge contract offer, all in today’s papers. 

 

GRIEZMANN ‘HURDLE CLEARED’

The fact that Manchester United’s players are now commenting about Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann seems to be a far bigger indicator than the Daily Mirror’s latest “news”.

The tabloid have this morning claimed that United are ready to activate Griezmann’s £86million release clause at Atletico, and ‘yes’ we have read this several times before.

In March the Manchester Evening News said a deal was done, while the player’s representative Eric Olhats said a concrete approach had been made by a United in April.

Today’s report claims United “have cleared a significant hurdle” by winning the Europa League and qualifying for the Champions League.

And that appears to be the crux of the article.

More significantly though some of United’s players have started to talk about Griezmann.

“Griezmann is a brilliant player, a phenomenon,” said Ander Herrera. “He’s a star and all the teams in the world would want him. However, Griezmann is still an Atletico Madrid player and I respect Atletico and their fans.

“I’ve said it in the past, after Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi, he is in that group of those that can become their possible successors.”

And Juan Mata was encouraged by Griezmann suggesting moving to United was a “six out of 10” chance.

“When I was at school, a six out of 10 was considered OK — I would take that,” said Mata “Griezmann is a great player and I like great players. He has quality, he gets goals.

“I don’t know him, but he seems like a good person. I don’t know what will happen, but of course I like him.”

The article also named Romelu Lukaku, Eric Dier, Tiemoue Bakayoko, and Michael Keane as United;s summer targets.

 

PAPER TALK ITALIA: Kessie saga sorted; City, United battle for Monaco man

SANCHEZ OFFERED HUGE DEAL

Arsenal have made another offer to Alexis Sanchez in a bid to keep him away from Bayern Munich, according to a report.

The Daily Mail believes the Gunners have offered Sanchez £270,000 a week, just £30,000 away from the £300,000 the Chile forward is believed to be wanting.

The deal which is loaded with incentives is aimed at keeping Bayern at arm’s length, but the Germans, along with
Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are interested.

Sanchez is outo of contract next summer and has so far refused to sign an extension and more talks are planned after the FA Cup final on Saturday.

Speculation has already heightened this week after the Chile FA accidentally listed him as a Bayern player in their Confederations Cup squad list.

 

AND THE REST

Jose Mourinho has handed Ed Woodward a list of four players – Antoine Griezmann, Romelu Lukaku, Andrea Belotti and Michael Keane – to sign in a £300m spending spree. (Daily Mail)

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata, a target for Manchester United and Chelsea, is close to agreeing a £52m move to AC Milan. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi is on Jose Mourinho’s radar. (Le10sport)

Liverpool will have to pay up to £60m if they are to sign RB Leipzig’s 22-year-old midfielder Naby Keita. (Times)

United are confident of signing Griezmann by the end of June and have already agreed a “hugely persuasive” financial package with the 26-year-old’s representatives. (Independent)

Stoke forward Marko Arnautovic is a £15m transfer target for AC Milan and Paris St-Germain. (Sun)

West Ham are hoping to sign Manchester City’s 20-year-old Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho. (Sun)

Former England boss Fabio Capello says Man United are “not an exciting team” and need more than just France international Griezmann. (Daily Star)

Marco Silva is expected to replace Sam Allardyce as Crystal Palace manager after leaving Hull City. (London Evening Standard)

Chris Coleman has dismissed rumours linking him with the vacant Palace job and says he wants to remain with Wales until the 2018 World Cup. (ITV)

Juventus are preparing an offer for 23-year-old Monaco and Brazil midfielder Fabinho, a target for Manchester United and Manchester City. (Calciomercato)

West Brom will have to pay £35m if they want to sign Watford striker Troy Deeney, 28, this summer. (Birmingham Mail)

Wayne Rooney has at least two £50m offers from China to consider as his Manchester United career draws to a close, but has his heart set on a return to former club Everton. (Daily Mail)

Diego Costa will cost Tianjin Quanjian a world-record £152m if his move to China goes ahead this summer. (Daily Mail)

West Ham are hoping Pablo Zabaleta can help lure Kelechi Iheanacho to the club for £25m. (The Sun)

Leicester City and Everton are also considering moves for Deeney. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United will not sell Spain midfielder Ander Herrera, 27, to Barcelona. (Independent)

Liverpool have no plans to sign Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 36, on a free transfer this summer. (Liverpool Echo)

West Brom face competition from Newcastle United for the signing of Sporting Lisbon’s Portugal midfielder William Carvalho, 25. (Birmingham Mail)

Watford want to make 24-year-old Genk and Gambia defender Omar Colley their first summer signing. (Watford Observer)

Everton could sign defender Cuco Martina, 27, on a free transfer after he was released by Southampton. (Liverpool Echo)

Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente, 32, says he held talks with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte in January, but would now be open to a return to Spain. (Cadena Ser, via Metro)

Brighton hope to beat Newcastle to the loan signing of 19-year-old Tammy Abraham after both clubs were given permission to speak to the Chelsea striker.(Telegraph)

Timmy Abraham, the 15-year-old brother of Tammy, has joined Fulham from Charlton Athletic. (Bristol Post)

Former club captain Nigel Pearson is expected to get the Middlesbrough job, but Garry Monk is also a candidate after resigning from Leeds United. (Middlesbrough Gazette)

Former Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka is the favourite to replace Monk at Elland Road. (Telegraph)

Derby want to sign Burnley winger George Boyd on a free transfer, with the 31-year-old Scotland international yet to agree a new deal with the Clarets. (Daily Mirror)

 

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Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 11:49

QUIZ: Who is each Premier League club's record signing?

With spending expected to go through the roof among Premier League clubs this summer we should see some new club transfer records. But can you remember each club's record transfer fee?

Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 10:35

Man Utd news: Rooney has China offers but wants Everton

EXCLUSIVE: Wayne Rooney has at least two £50million offers from China to consider as his Manchester United career draws to a close. But it is believed an Everton return is the preferred move.

Everton F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 25 May 22:56

Everton set for pre-season trip to Tanzania

Everton will become the first Premier League side to play in the east African country when they take part in a two-country, eight-team tournament in July at the Tanzania National Stadium.

Everton – teamtalk.com 25 May 13:00

Everton happy to let playmaker leave but want 50m ? report

Everton will listen to offers for Ross Barkley this summer but want £50m for the England midfielder, according to reports.

The Toffees accept that they can do no more following lengthy contract talks with the 23-year-old, who is reportedly refusing to sign despite being offered £100,000-a-week.

Chairman Bill Kenwright is said to have been working for more than a year on trying to get one of the club’s homegrown talents to commit his future but has now given up his hopes.

Everton boss Ronald Koeman has now turned his attention to finding a suitable replacement for Barkley, who will be out of contract next summer and allowed to leave on a free, despite the club’s board still holding out slim hopes that he might stay, according to the report in the Daily Mirror.

Manchester United and Tottenham have both been strongly linked with a move for the playmaker but may now be put off by the asking price, with both having been prepared to pay nearer £30m.

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Everton – teamtalk.com 25 May 12:34

No excuses for Man United now ahead of transfer window

Our readers react to Manchester United’s Europa League success, Arsenal fans bemoan their lot in life, and Harry Kane is issued a challenge.

Get involved in the debate here.

Kane needs to do it on biggest stage

Over 70 goals in around 90 games speaks for itself. He does need to show it next year in the CL and hopefully for England. I truly think though he is world class at this point, and could be considered in the top ten strikers in the world.

SeanT

Man Utd can be proud of season

Job done. A highly professional performance when I was expecting it would be much closer and tenser. Well done to the team on being so level headed and almost android in performance today.

When we started the season, there were 5 pieces of silverware available to us and we bagged 3. Winning this game was imperative for us having thrown the league.

In the end, I am disappointed in the general quality of play we have shown in the penalty box this season but I think we can walk away somewhat satisfied with our results.

Hatters

Very professional job that. Would certainly not have impressed the football snobs but a job well done nonetheless and a second trophy in the bag. It’s a good foundation to build on now and Mourinho will be relatively pleased with his debut season despite the football not being great the past few weeks.

It’s far from an elite trophy but a much more satisfying way to get into the CL, in my opinion, than top 4 in the league. Nobody remembers coming 2nd, 3rd or 4th but you never forget winning a trophy.

 

number_seven

Would rather come 6th and win a trophy and get cl then finish 2nd,3rd or 4th mate. Last night was all about winning, who cares how you play in a final once you win. Jose wins these games all day long

Big win for Utd and caps off a very good 1st season for Jose and Utd

Sean the sailor

Meanwhile, the Manchester City response…

Not one to talk about those outside the city limits, but if you won the Europa league, a definitive second level competition. Would you not just shake hands,salute the fans who travelled, and say – there’s more to come boys! rather than parade it like you’d achieved something at that point? Happy to debate any visiting Man Utd fans on the subject..

mcfc-psychology

No excuses for Man Utd now this summer!

What a solid performance. Smalling and Blind had a very confident game. Smalling actually won most, if not all, his aerial duels (I think he’s made a case to Jose). Valencia and Darmian were class. Fellaini was unplayable and Herrera, my man of the match and season, broke up everything good Ajax could have produced. Rashford ran the channels all night long. Mkhi and Mata played well.

So proud of Manchester United and Jose Mourinho.

Now, we have no excuses for next season. Champions League proper means we can definitely sign the best players available. No need to sell the dream of a good future. The future is here…in less than 3 months!

Ed, go and sign Jose’s primary targets and lets go and get our trophies back next season!!!

Imzino

‘The Longer Wenger Stays The Worse It Will Get’

We have an inept manager who doesn’t know if he will be there next season (so he says). We have a poor side who don’t seem to care if we win or lose half of the time. We have overpaid over indulged players who only think about money and their next contract. We have a poor defence with half of them injured. We have a BofD who are living in cloud cuckoo land. WE have a majority shareholder who is so hands off he might as well not exists. He contributes nothing and is happy for a bunch of Old Duffers and an egotistical fool to run or rather ruin the club. Ive said it before and I’ll say it again. ‘The Longer Wenger Stays The Worse It Will Get’.

The Oracle

Arsenal won’t replicate Man Utd Europa success

So I hear a lot of Arsenal fans saying that if we take the Europa league Seriously we’ll win it now that we are in it.How arrogant is that?First of all I just wanted to say that winning the Europa league is much tougher than people think.It will be a good achievement if we do win it since it’s a direct route into the CL and honestly it’s the closest we can come to winning a trophy in europe. Make no mistake about it though,it is not for elite clubs.The fact that you’re in the europa league proves you’re not an elite quality wise at least in that period.

There’s no doubt about it, we should have a strong enough squad to compete on all fronts.But our club’s decline has already started.We have been the only failure in the PL.All of chelsea,man city,Liveprool,Spurs,Man united have far far far better managers than we do and all of them have changed to that in recent years and now they’ve all qualified for the CL and we haven’t.This is not a joke, it’s about damage limitation now.Both the board and wenger have to leave to see any shot at success from next season onwards.

In my personal opinion, we still won’t win the Europa league.In fact it’s almost impossible considering the condition of our club.I expect better teams to be in it next season than they were in this one.We have a poor mentality to go all the way and somewhere along the lines we’ll falter. Such is the state of this club.

thespecialone

Lallana vulnerable in Liverpool summer reshuffle

Adam Lallana: Set for a month on the sidelines

It all depends on whether Klopp gets his first choice targets, if he does as I said I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see Lallana (for example) on the bench. He can still come on and contribute or start where required but the important thing is that some of these guys won’t be regular starters as we have no other quality options.

Bob-Notts

Milner the man Liverpool fans want

I’d suggest that Milner can cross better with his bad foot than most of the team can do with their good one. Whatever about anything else that’s been said here, let’s not forget Milners salary. WE all want him in the team, even if we disagree about what role we want him in but I think his high wages may dictate whether or not he moves on this summer.

MrMakaveli

‘I would never trade Klopp for Mourinho’

hopefully we get into champions league playing the exciting football we can… I would never trade Jose for Klopp and their playing styles, Klopp could probably be more pragmatic at times but I am thankful that we have a manager that actually loves and is passionate about the game instead of being obsessed with winning.

nocturnal_red

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Everton – teamtalk.com 25 May 09:31

Paper Talk: Chelsea superstar may stay; Toon want Carvalho

Real Madrid have reportedly cooled their interest in signing a Chelsea attacker, while Newcastle have joined the race for a Sporting Lisbon midfielder, according to Thursday’s newspapers.
 

REAL COOL INTEREST IN CHELSEA PLAYMAKER

Real Madrid are ready to cool their interest in Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, despite continued rumours that they will sign the Belgium star this summer.

The Spanish champions have reportedly turned their attentions to younger targets as they plan for the future, according to Spanish news outlet El Bernabeu.

While Hazard isn’t exactly a veteran, at just 26, Real’s top target is now believed to be Monaco’s star forward Kylian Mbappe, 18.

Real are also said to be concerned that Hazard’s arrival could hinder the development of one of their brightest young stars in 21-year-old Marco Asensio.

TOON JOIN RACE TO SIGN SPORTING MIDFIELDER

Newcastle have reportedly joined the hunt for Sporting Lisbon sensation William Carvalho.

Following their return to the Premier League, at the first time of asking, Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez is looking to add proven quality to his squad and a raid for Carvalho is said to be on the cards.

The 25-year-old has played more than 100 games for Sporting and has also been capped 31 times by Portugal.

The midfielder is said to have a £39m release clause in his contract but Sporting are unlikely to demand that much, according to O Jogo.

The Daily Star also reports that Man City and Arsenal are keen on the player, with City seeing him as an ideal long-term replacement for Yaya Toure.

AND THE REST

Everton accept they have reached the end of the line in contract talks with Ross Barkley and will reluctantly consider offers for the midfielder (Daily Mirror)

Juventus have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race for midfielder Renato Sanches (The Sun)

Manchester United are willing to activate Antoine Griezmann’s 100m escape clause – around £86m – to strengthen their attack (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace are plotting to hijack Porto’s move for ex-Hull boss Marco Silva (Daily Mail)

Burnley will risk losing Michael Keane on a free transfer after next season if they do not receive a big enough bid for his services this summer (Daily Mirror)

Crystal Palace will be entitled to £2m compensation from Sam Allardyce’s next club if he takes another management job inside two years (The Times)

Chile accidentally listed Alexis Sanchez as a Bayern Munich player during their latest squad announcement as speculation continues to grow over Arsenal future (The Sun)

Luke Shaw expects to learn if he has a future at Manchester United after their Europa League final win (Daily Mirror)

Wembley’s security has worryingly been described as a ‘shambles’ by a senior insider just two days before the stadium hosts the FA Cup final (Daily Mail)

Burnley boss Sean Dyche is on Crystal Palace’s managerial shortlist to replace Sam Allardyce after his dramatic resignation on Tuesday (Daily Mirror)

Steve Cotterill is in the running for the Sunderland job (Daily Mirror)


Everton manager Ronald Koeman will attempt to add some creativity to his squad this summer (Daily Mail)

Arsenal youngster Gedion Zelalem is facing up to nine months on the sidelines after rupturing his cruciate ligament in his knee while on international duty with USA at the U20 World Cup (The Sun)

Everton are preparing another bid for QPR’s Josh Bowler after their first offer of £3m was rejected (Daily Star)

Felix Gotze, brother of Borussia Dortmund star Mario, has been handed his first professional contract by Bayern Munich (The Sun)

Goalkeeper Willy Caballero has been offered a new deal by Manchester City (The Sun)

Steve McClaren has snubbed a shock return to management with Wigan (The Sun)

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is on the shortlist to replace David Moyes at Sunderland (Daily Mail)

Crystal Palace want to speak to Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic about becoming their new manager (The Sun)

Aston Villa owner Dr Tony Xia will be back to work next week despite having heart surgery on Monday (The Sun)

Inter Milan are resigned to defeat in their ambitious bid to prise Antonio Conte from Chelsea (Daily Mail)

Paris Saint-Germain have joined the queue of clubs targeting Gael Clichy, who will leave Manchester City when his contract expires next month (The Telegraph)

Barcelona are ready to appoint Atletico Bilbao boss Ernesto Valverde as their new manager following Luis Enrique’s exit (Daily Star)

Daniel Sturridge is out of England’s squad and faces a fight to be ready for pre-season as he prepares for treatment to cure a long-standing hip problem (Daily Mail)

Nuno Espirito Santo, the outgoing manager of Porto, has emerged as the latest candidate to replace Paul Lambert at Wolves (The Times)

Kelechi Iheanacho fully expects to stay at Manchester City this summer despite the mounting speculation over his future (Daily Star)

Jack Butland will be recalled by Gareth Southgate today when the England manager names his squad for games against Scotland and France (The Times)

Roy Hodgson would be interested in speaking to Crystal Palace if he is approached over the manager’s job following Sam Allardyce’s decision to quit and retire from football (The Telegraph)

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ESPN FC - Everton News 25 May 01:30

Everton want 50m for Ross Barkley; Man United, City vie for Ederson

Brian McBride talks Ross Barkley's future as the Everton midfielder finishes up a forgetful season with Everton. The football world's gossip mill is in full swing, and Transfer Talk is monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals and potential deals here. Everton want £50m for Barkley Everton have given up hope of keeping Ross Barkley with the Mirror reporting that contract talks have failed to progress. The England midfielder has one year remaining on his contract and Ronald Koeman has given the player an ultimatum: sign a new contract or go. Everton's £50...

Everton – teamtalk.com 24 May 22:18

Euro Paper Talk: Liverpool in defender talks; Utd move for Perisic

Man Utd have tied up a €50m deal for an Inter Milan forward, while Lionel Messi has told Barcelona not to bother signing an Everton star, according to Wednesday’s European press.

 

MAN UTD TO SIGN PERISIC AS INTER MOVE FOR REPLACEMENT

Manchester United are reported to an agreement in place that will see Croatian winger Ivan Perisic move to the club this summer in a €50m deal.

Jose Mourinho’s side have long been linked with the Inter Milan star and it’s claimed the deal will go through as soon as the transfer window opens on July 1.

Furthermore, the Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Inter have already sounded out Monaco’s Thomas Lemar as a possible replacement.

It’s suggested Inter will use the money they pocket from Perisic to try to tempt the youngster from Guadeloupe to Serie A next term. Reports suggest sporting director Piero Ausilio has already made contact with the player’s representatives and is set to continue discussions in the coming weeks.

 

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LIONEL MESSI VETOES BARCELONA MOVE FOR EVERTON STAR

Gerard Deulofeu: Ditched by Everton

Lionel Messi has reportedly instructed Barcelona not to waste their time bringing Everton midfielder Gerard Deulofeu back to the club this summer.

The Spain star had been deemed surplus to requirements at Goodison Park under Ronald Koeman, but has found a new lease of life since joining AC Milan on loan in January.

The 23-year-old has thrived under the stewardship of coach Vincenzo Montella so much so, that Barcelona, the club that sold him to the Toffees, want to activate the buy-back clause inserted in the original deal.

That deal is set at just €10million, but reports in Spain suggest Messi is dead against it.

According to Dario Gol, Messi has told Barca chiefs that he doesn’t think Deulofeu fits in with the club’s playing philosophy. They even claim Messi has already vetoed the move.

It goes on to say that the 29-year-old Messi is already thinking of ways the Blaugrana can wrestle the La Liga crown back from arch rivals Real Madrid next season, saying he does not want the job of having to carry the rest of the squad.

The report will further fuel reports that Messi has a major say on player investment at Barcelona. Last month we ran a story suggesting Messi had told Barcelona to target four stars and axe six this summer.

 

AND THE REST

Liverpool have opened talks to sign Fulham sensation Ryan Sessegnon this summer (Gianluca Di Marzio)

Bayern Munich have dropped a major hint they could sign Alexis Sanchez – but say they won’t be railroaded into spending over the odds

AC Milan are leading the chase to sign reported Chelsea transfer target Alvaro Morata this summer. Real Madrid are reportedly willing to sell the player if any club meets their €60million (£51.65m) asking price (Marca)

Benfica’s 23-year-old Brazilian forward Anderson Talisca, a target for Manchester United, is to extend his loan deal with Turkish club Besiktas (Hurriyet)

 AC Milan are interested in signing Barcelona defender Aleix Vidal (Calciomercato)

Milan are also poised to make a move for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan – a long-term target of Chelsea (Sky Italia)

Tottenham are plotting another swoop on Ajax – this time for Kasper Dolberg (L’Equipe)

Inter Milan are chasing Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi (Il Messaggero)

West Ham’s Italy defender Angelo Ogbonna has been linked with a return to Serie A with Bologna (Il Resto del Carlino)

Sampdoria are the latest Serie A club linked with a summer move for Mario Balotelli (Calciomercato)

Real Madrid and Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez, 25, is more likely to join Chelsea than Manchester United (El Chiringuito de Jugones)

AC Milan want to finalise Gianluigi Donnarumma’s new deal as soon as possible, amid reports Juventus are ready to rival Man City and Man Utd for his signature (Corriere dello Sport)

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ESPN FC - Everton News 24 May 13:09

Everton boss Ronald Koeman to add creativity to ranks in summer

Brian McBride talks Ross Barkley's future as the Everton midfielder finishes up a forgetful season with Everton. Everton manager Ronald Koeman will attempt to add more creativity to his squad in the summer window. Koeman's side struggled away from home this season, scoring just 20 goals in 19 matches and, after 25-goal Romelu Lukaku, their second-highest Premier League scorer was Ross Barkley with five. The manager has warned midfielder Barkley, who could be sold in the coming months having stalled on an extension to his existing contract, that he is looking for similar players to perform his role. Koeman...

ESPN FC - Everton News 23 May 18:40

Does Ross Barkley desire to be a top player?

Brian McBride talks Ross Barkley's future as the Everton midfielder finishes up a forgetful season with Everton.

ESPN FC - Everton News 23 May 02:53

Everton underperformers 'something we need to address' - Phil Jagielka

Despite beating Everton, Arsenal will not be playing Champions League football next season for the first time in 20 years. Everton captain Phil Jagielka admits some players did not do themselves any favours in the eyes of manager Ronald Koeman during Sunday's insipid 3-1 defeat to 10-man Arsenal. Koeman has already shown, in his handling of Ross Barkley -- an academy graduate and boyhood Evertonian -- that he is not the sentimental type and is not prepared to accept anything less than 100 percent commitment. Uncertainty still surrounds the 23-year-old's future following his reluctance to sign the contract on offer to...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 22 May 21:26

Your team of the season: Who made it in?

What formation did you go for? Who plays in goal? Who had the most selections? Check out your team of the season.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 22 May 19:31

Moyes ya yi ritaya daga horar da Sunderland

Kocin Sunderland, David Moyes ya yi ritaya daga jan ragamar kungiyar bayan da ta fice daga gasar Premier ta bana.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 22 May 14:20

Broadhead signs new Everton contract

Wales youth international Nathan Broadhead signs a new contract with Everton which will see him stay at the club until 2020.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 22 May 00:24

Arsenal 3-1 Everton

Arsenal miss out on a place in the Champions League for the first time in 20 years despite beating Everton on the final day of the season.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 21 May 20:34

Barkley decision 'due on Monday'

The future of Everton midfielder Ross Barkley will be decided on Monday, says manager Ronald Koeman.

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