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Reports: Lookman close to Leipzig move

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Seasons2019-20Everton News

Red Bull Leipzig are on the verge of competing the long-awaited transfer of Ademola Lookman from Everton according to reports from Sky Sports News and the BBC.
The 21-year-old winger spent a successful spell with the Bundesliga club last season and was keen to return on a permanent basis but the Blues were reluctant to sell.

A deal worth around £22.

Blues announce Delph signing

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Seasons2019-20Everton News

Everton have completed the signing of Fabian Delph from Manchester City in a deal initially worth £8.5m pounds.
The 29-year-old becomes the club’s third signing of the current transfer window after Jonas Lössl and André Gomes by agreeing a three-year contract that would keep him at Goodison Park until 2022.

The more things change, the more they stay the same…

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Opinion

Profit & Loss account situation, it is unlikely in the extreme that we will see significant inward transfer activity involving highly valued players this summer

Much has been spoken about Everton’s approach to this transfer window, the first full summer window for which Brands & Silva will have had the opportunity to plan well in advance.

Everton launch 2019-20 home kit

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Seasons2018-19Everton News
Everton’s new home strip was officially unveiled this morning and will be worn by the team for the first time in Nairobi this Sunday.
Featuring a new design element of overlapping diagonal lines in shades of blue inspired by Goodison Park itself, the new Umbro design marks a departure from the more traditional solid-colour kits of recent years.

The Most Improved

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Opinion

It’s not hyperbole to suggest that at one stage Michael Keane was close to being written off in some quarters as another expensive but ultimately inadequate signing from the Steve Walsh era. He’s come a long way since in the space of Marco Silva’s first season in charge.

World Heritage Status… time to say what we (all) mean and mean what we say

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Opinion

Since 2012 Liverpool has been placed by UNESCO on the “danger list” with the threat of removal as a World Heritage site. Should Everton plan on not being constrained by the threat of the city losing that status?

How long have UNESCO been threatening to remove World Heritage Status from the Liverpool – Maritime Mercantile City?
The answer is almost half the time we’ve “enjoyed” the status.

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