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Blues interested in Bayern Munich left back


Everton are looking into the possibility of signing Juan Bernat from German Champions Bayern Munich, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Leighton Baines has been out of action since November and at 33, the former England full back isn’t getting any younger.
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Listen: Theo Walcott Podcast


Adam is joined by Arsenal fans Humzah Jogee (frequently seen on Arsenal Fan TV) and MJ to get insight on the strengths and weaknesses of new signing Theo Walcott, and what us Evertonians can expect from him in the future.

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Everton Sign Theo Walcott


Everton have completed the transfer of Theo Walcott from Arsenal in a deal worth more than £20m.
Walcott, 28, has agreed a 3.5yr deal to become Sam Allardyce’s second signing of the January transfer window following the £27m paid for striker Cenk Tosun from Besiktas.

Player profile – Theo Walcott


With the recent departure of Kevin Mirallas, the poor scoring records of Yannick Bolasie and Aaron Lennon, alongside the inexperience of Ademola Lookman and <a title="" class="aalmanual" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.

Blues on the verge of Walcott capture


Theo Walcott has been at USM Finch Farm today to put the finishing touches on a move to Everton, according to the Liverpool Echo.
Respected journalist Paul Joyce has said a £20 million fee has been agreed to end the England international’s 12 year stint in north London.

[Listen] Tonked by Spurs and the weirdest AGM in the world


The Toffees fell to a fourth straight defeat in all competitions against Spurs on Sunday so Adam, Groucho and Mikey try their best not to depress you too much by looking back at the match. The trio also discuss the current malaise around the club, and those strange comments that were aired during the AGM.

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Spurs v Everton


Top four chasing Spurs welcome Everton to Wembley as the Toffees look to end a five game winless run.
Sam Allardyce’s honeymoon period at the Blues is truly over.
After being unbeaten in his first seven games, things were looking up, but three defeats on the bounce since have dented optimism.

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