The Rumour Mill
Speculation, conjecture, whisperings, half-truths and outright nonsense. Disclaimer
Should Luis Enrique be named as Tata Martino's successor at Barcelona, it could mean an immediate return to the Nou Camp for Gerard Deulofeu.
Everton "lead the race" to sign Atletico Madrid forward, Daniel Aquino, according to 101 Great Goals citing Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio.
There doesn't seem to be much substance to this claim by The Mirror that Tottenham Hotspur are targeting Roberto Martinez other than the throwing of the name of another manager doing well at a different club around and seeing if anything sticks.
The Birmingham Mail report that Everton could make a move to pick up Marc Albrighton from Aston Villa on a free transfer this summer.
Everton's new home kit for the 2014-15 season will have black trim and black socks according to rumours on Twitter in the last few days,
The Mirror would have you believe that Everton are looking at signing James Milner, a winger by trade, from Manchester City this summer as a replacement for Gareth Barry, a central defensive midfielder.
Everton want to give super-kid John Stones a major new deal to keep him from being tempted by Arsenal, Chelsea or Manchester United writes Alan Nixon in the Sunday People. But any deal will likely be delayed as Stones switches between agents.
The Daily Record claims that Everton are lining up a summer 'swoop' for Celtic winger James Forrest. And they believe that Roberto Martinez remains keen to bring Dundee United star Andrew Robertson to Merseyside.
Roberto Martinez is "plotting" a move for West Ham's Mohamed Diame, with £3.5m enough to trigger the Senegal international's release clause.
On his talkSPORT show this morning, Alan Brazil claimed that an investment deal in Everton from Abu Dhabi is "a done deal," based on people he has been talking to.
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