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Kurt Zouma insists Chelsea career is not over despite Everton loan

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• French centre-back under contract at Stamford Bridge to 2023• ‘I want to show I can come back … I need some game time’
Kurt Zouma has insisted a loan to Everton does not signal the end of his Chelsea career and he will ultimately prove himself at Stamford Bridge. The 23-year-old is expected to make his full debut for Marco Silva’s team against Rotherham United in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday with Michael Keane out <a href="https://www.theguardian.

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Bournemouth’s Nathan Aké seals comeback in thrilling draw with Everton

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At the final whistle, both teams struggled to make sense of their emotions.
They had taken part in a contest that defied logical analysis, with Richarlison’s brainless red card summing up the chaos, and the only thing that felt predictable in the end was Bournemouth reminding everyone why they deserve to be regarded as the Premier League’s escape artists.
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Marco Silva helps Everton rediscover their attacking ambition | Andy Hunter

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Goodison Park is a happier place after the arrival of Marco Silva who wants his side to offer a more attacking threat this season
It was one home win, nothing more, but Goodison Park embraced the immediate signs of change under Marco Silva last weekend. None were more welcome than the new Everton manager’s rejection of the style that came before him.
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Everton’s Yerry Mina and Gomes out for three more weeks, says Marco Silva

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• Mina and Gomes signed from Barcelona with injuries• Mo Besic and Yannick Bolasie move out on loan
Everton’s deadline-day signings Yerry Mina and André Gomes will not be fit to make their debuts for at least three weeks, Marco Silva has confirmed.
Gomes was not expected to feature in the opening weeks of the campaign because of a hamstring injury sustained on Barcelona’s pre‑season tour of the US.

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Yannick Bolasie close to Middlesbrough loan switch from Everton

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• Winger to link up with ex-manager Tony Pulis• Championship leaders also keen on Mo Besic and Matt Targett
Everton’s Yannick Bolasie is close to joining the Championship leaders, Middlesbrough, on a season-long loan and could soon be followed by his Goodison Park teammate Mo Besic.
Bolasie travelled on Monday to Rockliffe Park, Middlesbrough’s training ground near Darlington, for talks with Tony Pulis, Boro’s manager, and for a medical.
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Marco Silva tells Richarlison, Bernard and Yerry Mina to learn to speak English

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• Everton manager admits his own English skills must improve• ‘Richarlison has settled in well but he has to learn English’
Marco Silva has told his summer signings Richarlison, Bernard and Yerry Mina they have to learn English to immerse themselves in the Everton squad.
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Pleas for Usmanov’s riches may add to Big Six but result in Glasgow United | Paul Doyle

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Careful what you wish for Newcastle and Everton fans – more competition could stave off a European Super League, but forward-thinking billionaires may find other corners to cut
It’s a good thing that Alisher Usmanov is not, so far as we can tell, Sacha Baron Cohen in disguise. Otherwise there would be no telling what kind of abominations the ostensible Russian billionaire could get needy football fans to commit in return for a hint of investment in their club.

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Everton paid over the odds for Richarlison, admits Marcel Brands

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• Director of football Brands: ‘Maybe the market value was lower’• Brands rejects claims club overspent on agents for Yerry Mina
Marcel Brands, Everton’s director of football, has rejected Manchester United claims that excessive agents’ fees were paid to sign Yerry Mina from Barcelona but admitted paying a premium to prise Richarlison from Watford.
Everton saw off interest from United and Lyon to sign Mina, the Colombia international defender, on deadline day for £30.25m plus £1.

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Rúben Neves sets the gold standard for Wolves grander designs

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Portuguese midfielder stamps his class on promoted side’s Premier League return but 10-man Everton expose defensive shortcomings in 2-2 draw
As Wolverhampton Wanderers walked out to a reception of fireworks, billowing smoke and 28,000 or so frenetically waving flags, it would have taken a particularly studied mind to mark contrasts with the previous time Molineux had hosted a Premier League fixture.

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