The Rumour Mill
Speculation, conjecture, whisperings, half-truths and outright nonsense. Disclaimer
Roma winger Alessandro Florenzi is reportedly on the shortlist of players from which Marcel Brands and Carlo Ancelotti are working this summer.
(Gianluca Di Marzio)
The Allan-to-Everton saga continues, with the latest reports out of Italy suggesting that the Brazilian has chosen the Toffees as the club where he wants to play his football next season.
(Gazzetta Dello Sport, Corriere Dello Sport via Sport Witness)
Everton have had an offer rejected by Watford for Abdoulaye Doucouré, according to a report.
Santiago Arias has emerged as the latest target for Marcel Brands and Carlo Ancelotti who have reportedly identified him as the player needed to strengthen at right back.
Moise Kean's agent, Mino Raiola, has offered the Everton striker to AC Milan, according to a report in Italy.
Newcastle United have reportedly made Tom Davies a "key target" and are looking to sign the midfielder from Everton this summer.
Antonee Robinson is being talked about in terms of a possible return to Everton just a year after he left Goodison Park.
Everton are considering a bid for Manchester City's Tosin Adarabioyo if they miss out on the two more senior centre-backs targeted in this window, so reports claim.
Everton's desire to strengthen their squad in wide areas has reportedly led the club to Leon Bailey who is being linked with a move to Goodison.
Diogo Dalot is being linked with Everton again, this time in terms of a full transfer from Manchester United.
Branislav Ivanovic says that Everton have offered him the option of moving to Goodison Park this summer.
(Novosti via HITC)
With a new player linked to Everton on an almost daily basis, the latest is thought to be competition for Seamus Coleman, but would surely block any future progression for Jonjoe Kenny at his boyhood club.
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