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- Date of Birth: 12 July 1977
- Birthplace: Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
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The Toffees failed to replace Romelu Lukaku's goals last summer. A move for Moise Kean was supposed to be the answer to their problems, but that has seemlingly failed.
Arsenal have reportedly added Vitor Pereira to their shortlist of managerial targets to replace Unai Emery as the next head coach of the club.
Everton manager Marco Silva has acknowledged that Manchester United were one of the clubs in the running to sign Richarlison during last summer's transfer window.
David Moyes has clearly stated that he has no ambition of becoming the next manager at Everton or West Ham United unless he is offered with a long-term deal.
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright have reportedly reached an impasse in deciding who would replace Marco Silva as the next head coach.
David Moyes is reportedly the favourite to replace Marco Silva as the new head coach of Everton.
Everton are ready to let Italian international striker Moise Kean depart the club in the January transfer window. The Goodison Park outfit, who signed Kean from Juventus just this past summer, is ready to part with the forward for a fee of 30 million euros.
Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook appears to be a top transfer target during the January transfer window for a number of Premier League sides, with the likes of Everton and Wolves both rumored to have expressed interest in the 22-year-old. Cook, who has forced his way in to Eddie Howe’s side in recent months, is seen as one of Europe’s best up and coming centre midfielders.
Everton manager Marco Silva has for the first time opened up on the reasons why the club allowed Ademola Lookman to depart the Goodison Park outfit for pastures new. Lookman made a permanent transfer to RB Leipzig having spent a season on loan with the Bundesliga club.
Though it is an overworked phrase in the modern game, Chelsea and Man Utd are undeniably going through ‘transitional periods’ in the background, having both experienced indifferent starts to 2019/20 under inexperienced managers.
Everton are reported to have made an opening offer of £30m for Nigerian winger Alex Iwobi, which has been knocked back by Arsenal.
Everton are to complete a loan transfer move for Djibril Sidibe from AS Monaco, with the 27-year-old also having the option to make a permanent move next summer. The Goodison Park outfit have moved swiftly to snap up the right-back, who will provide useful cover for Seamus Coleman at the Toffees.
Out of favour Brazilian footballer Malcom is wanted by Everton, with the Toffees ready to take the player on loan for the 2019/20 season with the option to buy the player at the end of the campaign. It is understood that the former Bordeaux man is desperate to move to England, having had an unsuccessful spell at Barcelona since his move to La Liga from Ligue 1 last summer.
Everton have reportedly made a fresh proposal to secure the signature of Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace this summer.
Everton have submitted a late offer for Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha ahead of Arsenal's rumoured interest in the Ivory Coast international. The winger, who has recently been linked with a move away from the Eagles, had been desperate for a transfer to the Gunners but Arsenal's bid of £40 million has been rejected.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has ruled out the potential sale of defender Kurt Zouma to Everton by stating that he would like to work with the Frenchman during the forthcoming campaign.
Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa has reportedly been fancied to make a return to the Premier League with Everton this summer.
Everton are reportedly preparing an approach to secure the services of Malcom from Barcelona.
Everton have sent 23-year-old wantaway striker Sandro Ramirez back to his homeland of Spain on a loan deal to La Liga minnows Real Valladolid, with a view to a permanent transfer next summer. Ramirez joined the Toffees back in July of 2017, but has failed to live up to expectations and the club have announced his loan departure this morning.
Everton have deployed scouts to monitor the performance of Morocco international striker Youssef En-Nesyri at the African Cup of Nations 2019. The forward, who plays in Spain for minnows Leganes, has played in Spain since 2015 where he previously had a spell with Malaga.