Marco Silva is confident Everton are doing all they can to land their transfer targets before the August 9 transfer deadline.
“We have to do it,” Silva told the ECHO.
“It is something we have to do.
“We have our targets and we have already decided the positions we want to improve in our squad.
Here’s Eggs with what the transfer rumour columns are saying this Sunday Morning;
– According to the Star, Everton lead the race to sign Barcelona’s Colombian Centre Back, Yerry Mina.
– Amidst interest from a number of clubs, The Liverpool Echo quote Ruben Loftus-Cheek as saying he needs minutes on the pitch and will now take a short break, clear his mind and decide what is best.
Pictures doing circulating on Twitter of ‘leaked’ Everton kits.
What do you reckon? Will these be Everton’s new away and third shirts?
The GrandOldTeam podcast is back for the new season! Adam and Groucho talk about the World Cup, Rooney and some of the other departures. In the second part, the pair discusses some of the names linked and assess the challenge of pre-season.
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Everton’s new dawn breaks on Saturday when Marco Silva gets to see his charges in action for the first time.
It has been two months since Sam Allardyce ended his Everton tenure with a dismal 3-1 away loss at West Ham.
Despite how miraculous a job some of the media feel he did at Goodison Park, it’s far from the truth.
Now the focus is on new management, Silva and Marcel Brands, who have been casting an eye over the squad at a training camp in Austria.
Everton transfer target Yerry Mina is open to the possibility of leaving Barcelona.
Mina, who performed well for Colombia at the World Cup and scored a late equaliser against England in the round of 16, has struggled to settle since arriving at the Nou Camp in January and has been linked with a possible €24m move to Everton.
Mina: “I want to play for a team where there is less pressure and where I can have minutes.
My first memory of supporting England was the European Championships of 1996. Gary Neville would later remark that though he didn’t know it then, this was as good as it got for a young player playing for England. For me as a young fan, this was very much the Everest of my experience of watching England.
Growing up in the south of England, outside of the match itself and family I only remember meeting one Everton supporter up until the my early teenage years.
The Everton Mishmash is coming on…
In April we commissioned artist Alex Bennett to work with Everton fans across GrandOldTeam’s platforms to produce ‘Everton Mishmash – The History of Everton Football Club in One Image’, and the latest update is below – click to enlarge.
RB Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick insists his side are still in talks with Everton to sign Ademola Lookman, who he claims wants to move.
Everton have already rejected an audacious £12m bid for Ademola Lookman but the German club are undeterred on signing a player they believe want to leave Everton to join them.
Rangnick said: “I think 3 more signings is realistic.
Joel Robles and Funes Mori have penned goodbye messages to Everton fans after completing moves away from the club.
Robles said: “I feel privileged to have had the opportunity to wear the shirt of such a great club like Everton and be able to play at Goodison Park in front of such great fans for the past five years.
“It has been five unforgettable seasons in which I have worked hard every day to improve on the pitch and represent the greatness of the club off it.