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Everton Sell Funes Mori


Everton have sold Ramiro Funes Mori to Villarreal for an undisclosed fee.
The centre-back has agreed a four-year deal to June 2022 with the club, who finished fifth in La Liga last season.
Everton signed Funes Mori in September 2015 from River Plate for £9.5m.
The 27-year-old made his debut in a 3-1 home win over Chelsea later that same month and went on to make 67 appearances for the Blues, scoring five goals.

Everton want German left-back


According to reports, Everton are interested in signing Hertha Berlin left-back Marvin Plattenhardt.
Plattenhardt currently plays for Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin and is part of Germany’s World Cup squad.
The 26-year-old can also take a free-kick. Here is the customary YouTube video…
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The Evertonian’s Guide to World Cup 2018


The World Cup in Russia starts on Thursday, beginning off a month of fast kicking, low scoring, and ties. If you’re like most Everton fans, you’ll be done with football for another few months yet, recovering from the horrors of last year by watching Love Island instead. However, if you’re a sucker for the World Cup like I am, I’ve written up a guide for each group and what players to look out for – current and former Blues, plus those rumoured to be.

Assessing the new board


After a disastrous season on the pitch, where huge sums of money spent on players led to an underwhelming finish, many critical things have been spoken and written about the ownership of the club. I had asked, perhaps flippantly earlier in the season how many decisions Moshiri had called correctly in his time here. Keeping Kenwright on? Promoting Elstone to the board? The hiring and firing of <a title="" class="aalmanual" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.

Have We Returned to Sell to Buy?


Since the introduction of Farhad Moshiri to Everton we have seen a renewed approach to spending that has been more extravagant than anything seen in arguably a generation of match going Evertonians. In both the summers this was certainly helped by big sales, namely John Stones and <a title="" class="aalmanual" target="_self" href="https://www.grandoldteam.

Klaassen’s future up in the air


Davy Klaassen’s long term Everton future has been cast into severe in doubt and even Marcel Brands is unsure on the matter.
Big things were expected of Klaassen when he arrived at the Blues from Ajax last summer for a fee around £24 million, but his time at Goodison has been nothing short of a nightmare.

Brands stamps his authority


Despite starting his role as Director of Football under a week ago, it already feels as if Marcel Brands has done, and said, more than Steve Walsh did in two years at the Toffees.
His early impressions show how vital it was for Farhad Moshiri to get this appointment right, as it was clear that Walsh was always out of his depth in a job he’d never done before.

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