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Everton News plus Fixtures, Scores, Results and Transfers | Mail Online 25 May 02:54

Wayne Rooney arrives at Trump hotel in Washington

The striker visited the home of MLS side DC United in Washington on Wednesday as he jetted in for talks and a medical. The former England captain flew to the US with his representatives.

ESPN FC News 24 May 21:31

John Terry can skip Chelsea games if Aston Villa win promotion - Steve Bruce

Aston Villa will allow John Terry to decide whether he plays against Chelsea if the club gain promotion to the Premier League,

ESPN FC News 24 May 18:45

Liverpool fans see cancelled flights to UCL final, hotel price hikes in Kiev

Flight issues and hotel price hikes in Kiev, Ukraine, are ruining the Champions League final for some fans two days before Real Madrid and

ESPN FC News 24 May 17:37

Xavi Hernandez signs new contract to play for Al-Sadd into his forties

Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez has penned a new two-year deal with Al-Sadd to extend his stay in Qatar until at least

Everton – teamtalk.com 24 May 17:35

Euro Paper Talk: Mourinho to make personal check on ?80m Man Utd target in CL final; Dembele given Liverpool nudge

Jose Mourinho will be an interested spectator in Saturday’s Champions League final as he watches a Real Madrid target, while Ousmane Dembele has bee advised to strongly consider a big-money move to Liverpool, according to Thursday’s European papers.



Jose Mourinho is being tipped to be an interested spectator in Saturday’s Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid in Kiev as he personally runs the rule over a prospective big-money Manchester United summer signing.

The United boss is pondering major changes to his squad this summer and Real Madrid star Isco has been linked with a move.

Isco has confirmed to the Spanish media that he will assess his future once again in the summer after failing to establish himself as an out-and-out regular under Zinedine Zidane.

And that has predictably led to claims in Don Balon that a €80million move to Old Trafford is once again on the cards.

The Spanish publication believes Mourinho wants to build his side around the former Malaga man and will watch him on Saturday in Kiev ahead of a likely summer bid.

Isco has also been linked with a move to Manchester City this summer, but it’s believed United would hold the upper hand if Real gave any indication they will sell the talented playmaker.


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Liverpool’s hopes of bringing Ousmane Dembele to Anfield this summer have been given a glowing endorsement from Philippe Coutinho, if reports in Spain are to believed.

The France winger could be allowed to move on this summer after struggling to make an impact following his €130m move to the Nou Camp from Borussia Dortmund last summer. The imminent arrival of €100m man Antoine Griezmann is likely to further restrict Dembele’s opportunities at the LaLiga champions and it’s believed they are actively looking to move the former Rennes star on.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will have vast sums to spend this summer if reports are to be believed and Don Balon claims former Reds favourite Coutinho has already held held informal talks with his Barcelona teammate over what life would be like at Anfield should he make a reported €100m switch.

And it’s claimed Coutinho has spoken warmly about life on Merseyside, telling the player he would be well advised to revive his career under the expert tutelage of Klopp.

Meanwhile, other reports in Spain suggest Dembele might not be the only Barcelona man heading to Anfield this summer.

Mundo Deportivo claims Ernesto Valverde has told Paco AlcacerAleix Vidal and Andre Gomes to all move on and it’s suggested Klopp may have an interest in €40m striker Alcacer.


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Lothar Matthaus has urged Barcelona to cash in on £50m Man City target Thiago Alcantara, branding him no longer good enough for the Bundesliga champions (Bild)

Feyenoord striker Nicolai Jorgensen has spoken of his disappointment at seeing a January move to Newcastle break down – and hopes a deal can be resurrected this summer (Bold)

AC Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli is one of Lazio summer transfer targets (Tuttosport)

Porto defender Marcano has snubbed a move to Everton and has agreed to join Roma this summer (Il Tempo)


New Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti is plotting a surprise offer to Chelsea for out of favour defender David Luiz. And Napoli could sign the Brazilian for free if they agree to waive their claims for compensation for boss Maurizio Sarri, who is due to replace Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge (Corriere dello Sport)

Ancelotti has also put Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema at the top of his transfer request wish for the summer (AS)

Didier Deschamps has revealed that Antoine Griezmann will sort out his Atletico Madrid future before the World Cup starts – with a move to Barcelona thought to have been finalised (Sport)


Atletico Madrid are considering a shock move for West Brom striker Salomon Rondon. The Venezuela striker has a clause in his contract allowing him to leave in the event of relegation (AS)

Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Thorgan Hazard has played down reports linking him with a move to LaLiga side Sevilla (Estadio Deportivo)

Juventus are believed to have sealed the signing of Atalanta midfielder Bryan Cristante. The midfielder was also linked with Manchester United, but will move for a fee of between €25m with €5m add-ons (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Timo Werner has denied claims he will use the World Cup as an audition for a move to Barcelona, Real Madrid or Liverpool (Socrates Magazine)


Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian met Juventus’ director of football Fabio Paratici in Milan on Wednesday with a €13million agreement to bring him back to Serie A virtually agreed (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Sevilla could make a move for Girona goalkeeper Yassine Bounou (Mundo Deportivo)

Roma director of football Monchi has opened talks over a deal for Benfica forward Talisca, who is also a target for Manchester United (Tuttosport)

Arsenal are ready to swoop for PSG and France midfielder Adrian Rabiot after his World Cup snub (Calciomercato)

Wolves have agreed a £10million fee with Porto to turn defender Willy Boly’s loan into a permanent deal (A Bola)

Cristiano Ronaldo has dismissed talk of Real Madrid’s interest in Neymar as mere speculation (El Chiringuito de Jugones)

Bayer Leverkusen have signed former Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky on a free transfer – increasingly speculation that Berd Leno is on the verge of a £22m move to Arsenal (Bild)

Manchester United have submitted a €30m bid for Real Betis midfielder Fabian Ruiz amid doubts over Marouane Fellaini’s future (Don Balon)

AC Milan have offered Fioretina star Milan Badelj a four-year deal (Tuttosport)

Watford want to retain the services of on-loan Barcelona winger Gerard Deulofeu this summer (Mundo Deportivo)

Torino and AC Milan could open talks over a potential swap deal involving Patrick Cutrone and Andrea Belotti (Calciomercato)

Spain midfielder Andres Iniesta has signed for Japanese side Vissel Kobe after bringing the curtain down on his brilliant Barcelona career

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ESPN FC News 24 May 17:11

Tottenham sign Mauricio Pochettino and staff to new five-year contracts

Mauricio Pochettino and his backroom staff have signed new five-year contracts with Tottenham until 2023, the Premier League club announced

ESPN FC News 24 May 16:25

Neymar gets signed Los Angeles Lakers' Lonzo Ball jersey at Brazil training

Brazil star Neymar is busy at home getting back up to speed for this summer's World Cup after spending the last few months out following surgery on his broken foot. But the Paris Saint-Germain playmaker took a timeout from his rehab and training with his Selecao teammates after getting a surprise get-well gift from the Los Angeles Lakers. Thanks to my friends @wishshopping. I love @ZO2_ from @lakers. I will see you in LA soon. pic.twitter.com/0v0fAVHv4J— Neymar Jr (@neymarjr) May 24, 2018 The NBA team sent Ney a signed replica jersey from the Lakers' 2017 No. 2 pick in the draft, Lonzo Ball and the former Santos player took to Twitter to show his...

Everton – teamtalk.com 24 May 09:23

Paper Talk: Spurs demand 75m for Man Utd target; Arsenal eye Nice raid

Tottenham have reportedly upped the price for Toby Alderweireld as Man Utd open talks for the defender, while Arsenal are looking to land a midfielder snubbed by France, according to Thursday’s papers.



Tottenham have reportedly opened negotiations with Manchester United for Toby Alderweireld, but Spurs supremo Daniel Levy is playing hardball again.

Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho is a big fan of the Belgian international and is looking to take advantage of the 28-year-old’s contract impasse with the north London outfit.

Alderweireld is out of contract in 2020 and has so far failed to reach an agreement over a new deal, leading to strong speculation that he will be sold for a fee in the region of £55million.

However, the Daily Mirror claims that Spurs now want £75m for the former Southampton star – a fee closer to the one which Liverpool paid to land Virgil van Dijk in January.

Alderweireld cost Tottenham just £11.5m when he arrived from Atletico Madrid in 2015 and formed an outstanding partnership with international team-mate Jan Vertonghen at the heart of Mauricio Pochettino’s defence.

However, injury and issues over his new contract have seen Alderweireld play second fiddle to the club’s record signing Davinson Sanchez this season, leading to talk that Spurs are prepared to let him leave.

The Belgian is expected to be one a of a number of Tottenham players to move on this summer, with the likes of Mousa Dembele, Danny Rose, Fernando Llorente and Moussa Sissoko also set to leave.


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Arsenal are ready to swoop for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrian Rabiot following his World Cup 2018 snub (Daily Mirror)

Willian is open to a Manchester United move as his exit from Chelsea looks increasingly likely (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal’s three decision-makers staged a secret envelope vote over the new boss – and all went for Unai Emery (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool are fast becoming AC Milan keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’s best option for a summer transfer (Daily Mirror)

Manuel Pellegrini is keen on highly-rated Reims goalkeeper Edouard Mendy to kick off his reign as West Ham boss (Daily Mirror)

Senior Everton stars are ready to quit the club over a deep division in the dressing room involving Tom Davies and Oumar Niasse (The Sun)

Manchester City target Jorginho will hold crunch talks with Napoli next week (The Sun)

Arsenal are ready to launch a raid for Nice star Jean-Michael Seri this summer (The Sun)

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini wants to make Chelsea star Willy Caballero his first summer signing (The Sun)

The Hammers have also made a £1.2m bid for Derby’s Luke Thomas as Pellegrini looks to the future (The Sun)

Manchester United are close to signing Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred, 25, and hope to complete a deal for the Brazil international next week (MEN)

Graham Potter has dismissed talks that he will become the new Swansea manager (Daily Express)

Man City will have to pay £60m to sign Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez, who they tried to sign in the January transfer window (Guardian)

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah will not eat in the hours before Saturday’s Champions League final as he maintains his Ramadan fast (Daily Express)

Southampton will not receive any bonus payments should any of their former players help Liverpool win the Champions League (The Times)

Maurizio Sarri has snubbed a £5.2m-a-year chance to manage Zenit St Petersburg as he wants the Chelsea job (Daily Star)

Massimiliano Allegri could have been appointed Arsenal manager if Arsene Wenger has stood down a year earlier (Daily Star)

Incoming Everton boss Marco Silva is due to meet with freshly-appointed director of football Marcel Brands this week (Daily Star)

John Terry is poised to sign a new 12-month deal if Aston Villa are promoted, the terms of which could include him missing games against his former club, Chelsea (Daily Telegraph)

West Ham co-owner David Gold has confirmed the club will back new manager Manuel Pellegrini and spend record funds on transfers this summer (Daily Mail)

England’s relegated stars are under pressure to find new clubs to ensure they stay in Gareth Southgate’s plans (Daily Mail)

Paul Robinson believes Joe Hart is capable of rediscovering the form that earned him 75 England caps, and therefore regaining his place as the national team’s goalkeeper (Daily Mail)

Tottenham have joined the race to sign West Brom’s Egyptian centre-back Ahmed Hegazi (ESPN)

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack could return to Stamford Bridge to become the club’s new director of football (Evening Standard)

Everton left-back Leighton Baines, 33, has no intention of leaving the club despite being linked with a move to Major League Soccer in the United States (Liverpool Echo)

Rangers’ move for Fenerbahce’s Martin Skrtel has hit a hitch with the defender’s agent confirming the clubs are “terribly far apart” from a deal (Scottish Sun)

Nottingham Forest legend Kenny Burns wants the club to give Scotland striker Jason Cummings a second chance (Scottish Sun)

Neil Lennon has revealed Dylan McGeouch could yet sign a new deal at Hibernian (Scottish Sun)

Jim McIntyre is the frontrunner to replace Jack Ross as St Mirren boss (Scottish Sun)


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Everton News plus Fixtures, Scores, Results and Transfers | Mail Online 24 May 01:43

Wayne Rooney at DC United stadium as he prepares for MLS talks

Rooney was seen shaking hands with officials of the American side outside their new stadium, Audi Field, which is nearing completion, before going off to discuss the terms of a move from Everton.

Everton News plus Fixtures, Scores, Results and Transfers | Mail Online 23 May 18:06

Incoming Everton director of football Marcel Brands says club must hire boss who is forward thinking

Marcel Brands has outlined the importance of appointing a new head coach before he arrrives at Goodison Park as director of football in June. Brands wants the new boss to be forward thinking.

Everton – teamtalk.com 23 May 15:42

Club chief confirms Wayne Rooney set for talks over MLS move

Wayne Rooney will travel to the United States to meet officials at DC United this week, his spokesperson has confirmed.

Everton’s former England captain, who has one year left on his contract at Goodison Park, has been linked with a move to the Washington-based Major League Soccer club in recent weeks.

No deal has been made between Everton and United but Rooney, 32, is travelling to the United States for exploratory talks with the permission and in the full knowledge of the Merseysiders.

The trip is of a fact-finding nature to assess the opportunity that could exist should there be interest in a move.

Any transfer, however, would need to meet the approval of Everton. The final decision on any proposed deal would rest with the Premier League club.

Rooney is to be accompanied on his trip to Washington by his long-time adviser Paul Stretford.

News of the visit first emerged in a report in the Washington Post on Wednesday. A spokesperson for the player confirmed that it is to take place in the coming days.

Everton have not commented.

Rooney rejoined first club Everton last summer after 13 years with Manchester United. He scored 11 goals during the season just finished, including a hat-trick against West Ham in November.


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Everton News plus Fixtures, Scores, Results and Transfers | Mail Online 23 May 14:12

Wayne Rooney due in Washington for medical and meetings with DC United

Wayne Rooney is bound for Washington for talks with MLS side DC United and is set for a medical on Thursday. A spokesman for Rooney confirmed that he is due to travel to the US

Everton – teamtalk.com 23 May 10:38

Arsenal ahead of Chelsea, Newcastle in hunt for Vagnoman

Arsenal are favourites to land Hamburg defender Josha Vagnoman, according to a report.

ESPN claim the Gunners, Chelsea and Everton are keen on the 17-year-old full-back, who was the second youngest player in history to play in the Bundesliga, when he made his debut in March in the 6-0 defeat against Bayern Munich.

Vagnoman has played for Germany’s Under-17s and Under-18s and he was a key member of the Germany U17 side at the World Cup last year.

He can play in either full-back position and is under contract until 2019, but the club have offered him a new deal, which he has yet to sign.


The report claims Arsenal “believe they are well positioned” to sign Vagnoman with the Gunners’ German head of recruitment Sven Mislintat a big fan of Vanoman.

The Sun reported in February that Arsenal were tracking Josha Vagnoman  and claimed Chelsea, Manchester City and Bayern Munich had also shown an interest in the player.

The Hamburger Abendblatt last week  reported that Newcastle United had an offer turned down by Hamburg, and that the player was set to sign a three-year contract despite relegation from the Bundesliga.

“The key is that I feel comfortable with Hamburger SV. I feel good here and everything fits,” Vanoman told the German paper in February, before of course they were relegated.


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Everton – teamtalk.com 23 May 10:03

Man Utd ranked as Europe?s most valuable club; six PL sides in top 10

Manchester United remain the most valuable club in Europe, according to the latest study of leading teams – but six Premier League sides comprise the top 10.

The report looked at the finances of 32 clubs based on their popularity on social media channels, aggregate operating revenues over three seasons, and success in European competitions.

The clubs were then ranked by ‘enterprise value’ – an accounting measure used to assess how much it would cost to buy any given club or company as it includes a business’ total debt, with professional services firm KPMG using its own formula to reach these valuations.

For the period covered by the KPMG study, as at January 1 2018, Manchester United came out on top of the most prominent European football clubs.

United’s enterprise value sees them again rank ahead of both Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, extending their lead with a year-on-year growth of five percent.

The Premier League club top the list at 3.255 billion euros (£2.92bn), with Real Madrid at 2.92bn euros (£2.62bn) edging out Barcelona at 2.783bn euros (£2.49bn).

Germany’s Bayern Munchen are fourth (2.552bn euros/£2.29bn), ahead of Manchester City (2.16bn euros/£1.93bn), the Ethiad Stadium club seeing a nine per cent increase in year-on-year growth for the period of the study.

The financial muscle of Premier League clubs – powered by lucrative broadcasting revenues, especially from overseas rights, and sponsorship deals – is shown with Arsenal (2.102bn euros/£1.88bn), Chelsea (1.765bn euros/£1.58bn), Liverpool (1.580bn euros/£1.415bn) and Tottenham all in the top 10.

Spurs showed 27 per cent growth, up to 1.3bn euros (£1.16bn), while Leicester, who won the Premier League title in 2015/2016, are listed in 15th place, with a 29 per cent increase at 596 million euros (£533m).

West Ham, recently moved into the London Stadium, are a new entry at number 16, on 531m euros (£475m) and Everton (512m euros/£458m) are 19th.

In a statement, KPMG’s global head of sports Andrea Sartori, the report’s author, said: “Despite this year’s (overall aggregate) growth being lower than last year’s 14 per cent growth, the football industry continues its rise.

“Overall growth is driven by different factors, one of these being the increase of operating revenues of the top 32, at eight per cent.

“Eye-catching transfer deals and spiralling staff costs have not prevented such clubs from registering a striking upward trend, as the profits before taxes increased by some 17 times in comparison to the previous year.”

Sartori added: “One of the reasons for this growth can be found in the significant influence exercised by English clubs, as well as the improved financial health of many mid-size clubs within the ranking, which also reflects compliance with the UEFA FFP (Financial Fair Play) Regulations.”

European club enterprise value ranking top 10:

1 Manchester United 3.255 billion euros (£2.92bn), 2 Real Madrid 2.92bn euros (£2.62bn), 3 Barcelona 2.783bn euros (£2.49bn), 4 Bayern Munich 2.552bn euros (£2.29bn), 5 Manchester City 2.16bn euros (£1.93bn), 6 Arsenal 2.102bn euros (£1.88bn), 7 Chelsea 1.765bn euros (£1.58bn), 8 Liverpool 1.580bn euros (£1.415bn). 9 Juventus 1.302bn euros (£1.158), 10 Tottenham 1.3bn euros (£1.16bn).


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Everton News plus Fixtures, Scores, Results and Transfers | Mail Online 22 May 23:31

Everton chief Marcel Brands to meet Marco Silva to discuss manager's job

Everton's new sporting director Marcel Brands will meet Marco Silva before the end of the week to discuss terms about the vacant manager’s job.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 27 Jun 14:28

Everton close in on striker Onyekuru

Everton are close to completing a £7m deal for KAS Eupen's Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 22 Jun 17:56

Everton set to sign Malaga striker Sandro

Everton are close to completing the signing of Malaga and Spain Under-21 striker Sandro Ramirez after meeting his £5.2m buy-out clause.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 15 Jun 23:24

Klaassen completes 23.6m Everton move

Everton complete the £23.6m signing of Ajax captain and Netherlands midfielder Davy Klaassen on a five-year deal.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 15 Jun 18:10

Everton complete record Pickford deal

Jordan Pickford becomes the most expensive British keeper after Everton pay £25m - rising to what would be a club record £30m - to sign him from Sunderland.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Everton | BBC 14 Jun 10:00

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