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Wolfsburg forward Anton Donkor has rejoined Everton on loan after his previous spell last season was disrupted by injury.
The 19-year-old has agreed an initial deal until January 2, 2018 and will again link up with the under-23 side.
“I’m very happy to be back,” Donkor told evertonfc.com.
“I’m looking forward to pre-season to show my team-mates and the fans that it was the right decision for the club to re-sign me.
“I started very well here last season but the ankle injury was a big disappointment. I was out for about eight weeks and I had to go back to Germany and do all my treatment.”
Everton later announced the signing of teenage winger Josh Bowler from QPR on a three-year contract.
Bowler, 18, who made his first-team debut for Rangers on the final day last season, will join David Unsworth’s under-23 squad at Goodison Park.
“I’m really excited to join Everton – it’s a fantastic opportunity for me,” Bowler told Everton’s official website.
“This is a club on the up at every level. I can’t wait to get started, meet the other lads and begin working with David Unsworth.”
Bowler signed his first professional contract at QPR in March after progressing through the club’s academy and stepped off the bench for his only senior appearance in the last-day defeat at Norwich.
He has moved to Goodison for a fee believed to be in the region of £500,000.
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Huddersfield Town are looking to beat Swansea City to the signing of Barnsley full-back Andy Yiadom, TEAMtalk understands.
The Ghana international is a man in-demand with Reading and Queens Park Rangers also launching bids to land the 25-year-old, who has caught the eye since moving to Oakwell on a free transfer from Barnet last summer.
But Yiadom is understood to have his heart set on a move to the Premier League and Swansea were in pole position to land him.
Now, Barnsley’s Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield have entered the fray and TEAMtalk understands they are confident of securing his signature.
Yiadom has one-year left on his current deal after signing from the Bees last summer and has made it known to the Tykes he would like the chance to move on, and they will be getting a healthy return on a player who has been with them for just one season.
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Sunderland’s quest to return to the Premier League at the first attempt will begin a day earlier than their Championship rivals.
The relegated Black Cats, up for sale, without a manager and in possession of a thinning squad, will kick-off the new English Football League season on Friday, August 4 at home to Gary Rowett’s Derby.
North-east neighbours Middlesbrough, also relegated but quickly looking forward under new boss Garry Monk, head to Wolves, also under new management in the form of Nuno Espirito Santo.
Hull, the other side to go down and now under the care of Russian Leonid Slutsky, are away to Aston Villa, managed by their former boss Steve Bruce.
New Leeds manager Thomas Christiansen – Monk’s replacement after his shock resignation – will start life in England at promoted Bolton on the Sunday, while fellow new boys Sheffield United are at home to Brentford and Millwall head to Nottingham Forest.
Play-off final losers Reading start at QPR, while beaten semi-finalists Sheffield Wednesday and Fulham are away to Preston and at home to Norwich, under new boss Daniel Farke, respectively.
Elsewhere, Bristol City host Barnsley, Burton welcome Cardiff and Birmingham go to Ipswich.
The Sheffield derby returns after a five-year absence, with Wednesday and United meeting at Hillsborough on September 23, while Monk’s November 18 return to Elland Road will be keenly noted.
In League One, Blackburn start life in the third tier for the first time in 37 years with a long trip to Southend on August 5, with fellow relegated sides Rotherham and Wigan also starting on the road at Fleetwood and MK Dons.
Of the sides to come up, Portsmouth, under the new management of Kenny Jackett, kick-off at home to Rochdale, Doncaster host Gillingham and Plymouth head to Peterborough. Play-off winners Blackpool are at Bradford, who lost the League One final.
Charlton take on Bristol Rovers, Walsall head to Bury, Oldham meet Oxford, Shrewsbury are at home to Northampton and Scunthorpe meet AFC Wimbledon.
There will be a home start for Forest Green as they begin their EFL journey in League Two. Promoted from the National League, Mark Cooper’s side will meet Barnet on August 5. Champions Lincoln, back after six years, go to Wycombe.
Beaten play-off finalists Luton kick-off at home to Yeovil, Accrington host Colchester and Grimsby go to Chesterfield. Stevenage play Newport, Morecambe take on Cheltenham and Cambridge go to Exeter, while Crewe meet Mansfield.
Finally, Carlisle take on Swindon, Coventry start life in League Two against Notts County and Port Vale head to Crawley, now under the management of Harry Kewell.
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The first round draw for next season’s Carabao Cup will be made in Bangkok, Thailand on Friday.
Newly-relegated Sunderland will be one of 70 clubs in the first round draw of the League Cup with Hull and Middlesbrough among those joining the competition in round two.
Thai energy drinks brand Carabao signed an £18million, three-year deal with the EFL to become the competition’s title sponsor earlier this year.
The first round draw will be seeded and regionalised to reduce travelling time for supporters.
This year’s final saw Manchester United beat Southampton 3-2 at Wembley in February.
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Queens Park Rangers' three-year battle with the Football League over their Financial Fair Play sanction is due to be resolved in June.