Everton transfer news, rumors, gossip, and speculation on deadline day, featuring the latest on Idrissa Gueye, Samuel Chukwueze, James Garner, Dan James, Mychajlo Mudryk, Jaidon Anthony, Hwang Hee-Chan, and Ben Brereton-Diaz.
Idrissa Gueye is expected to join Everton from Paris Saint-Germain, while the club is continuing to pursue James Garner from Manchester United in an attempt to complete two acquisitions before the transfer deadline. In addition to that, they have ties to the Villarreal attacker Samuel Chukwueze. Participate in the conversation going on in the comments area and share your ideas with us.
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Will Andre Gomes be leaving the Goodison Park club?
There have been late interest shown in Andre Gomes from many clubs, including Everton.
With the midfielder having departed Finch Farm early on Thursday, it is believed by The Echo that the 29-year-old might be edging closer to clinching a move away from Goodison Park late in the summer to a team that has not yet been announced. The transfer would take place in the fall.
In addition to the fact that Amadou Onana will be joining the Blues, Frank Lampard and Kevin Thelwell have also taken steps this summer to bolster the Blues’ capabilities in that part of the field.
Idrissa Gueye is getting closer to making a transition to return to Goodison Park, and the club has also allegedly secured an agreement to bring James Garner to the club permanently from Manchester United. The transaction is expected to be finalized in the coming days.
The “double bid” that Everton submitted was a “failure.”
According to rumors originating in the player’s home country of Portugal, Everton’s “two late offers” for the winger position held by Goncalo Borges at FC Porto were turned down.
The Portuguese daily O Jogo is the source of such rumors, which assert that the 21-year-old was the subject of offers from the Toffee in the last few days in the amount of £8.6 million and £10.3 million.
If they are going to let one of their Porto B prodigies go, the giants of the Primeira Liga are reportedly demanding a transfer price that is closer to thirteen million pounds sterling. This player is claimed to be in first-team coach Sergio Conceicao’s plans for the current season.
And as we enter the home stretch of the summer transfer window, Frank Lampard’s side continues to be linked with a move for a whole host of versatile forward options. This comes as they search for solutions to alleviate the burden that has been placed on Anthony Gordon as a result of the injury that Dominic Calvert-Lewin sustained earlier this summer.
There are no plans for Anthony Gordon to relocate
Anthony Gordon seems to be on track to continue his career at Everton beyond September 1.
The future of the 21-year-old, who scored his second goal of the season against Leeds United, has been called into question since several teams have shown interest in signing him this summer. He scored his second goal of the season against Leeds United. This reached a high point earlier this month when Chelsea made an offer of £45 million, but the Blues turned it down.
However, even though the London club has maintained its chase of Gordon, it would seem that he will be remaining on Merseyside. Lampard has said that he has crossed his red line,’ which is the limit beyond which he would not even contemplate letting such an important player go.
After his team’s 1-1 draw with Leeds, Lampard was questioned about the level of confidence he has in his ability to keep the services of the academy standout who hails from Kirkdale.
He said: “I have an incredible amount of self-assurance. You were able to see the grounds for this in the previous two matches, namely the fact that he is one of our players. He is a very good player, and he is going to get better and better.
Adding goals to his game is the first step toward that, and it is the step that is the most difficult to take, so I am really pleased with his performance and his attitude. He has come through at Everton.
He is a very good player, and he is going to get better and better. In the last two or three weeks, he will have acquired a great deal of knowledge and advanced considerably, both of which are positive developments for him. He is a very important player for me, and I couldn’t be happier with how he is doing.”
The focus shifted to Samuel Chukwueze at that point
It has been claimed that Everton and Villarreal are in negotiations over the potential move of Samuel Chukwueze to Goodison Park before the transfer window ends.
It would seem that everything is happening at Finch Farm just before the transfer window is about to close for the rest of the year until January.
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