Everton are planning a move for young American star Camden Buescher following a successful trial the forward had with the club, the Daily Mail has reported.
The striker currently plies his trade for the Pacesetter academy in Ohio and was noticed by Everton scout and former Wolves and Aston Villa assistant manager Jim Barron, at the Pacesetter English Premier League soccer camp earlier in the year.
The Under 17 striker spent time wit...More
Manchester United boss David Moyes has insisted he will show ‘no emotion’ as his side prepares for the visit of former club Everton at Old Trafford on Wednesday, writes Manchester Evening News.
Despite being at the helm of Everton for 11 years, Moyes is certain not to give any emotion, as United are just eighth in the Premier League table after 13 matches.
Moyes has stressed his focus will be completely on the match on Wednesday eve...More
On Wednesday, David Moyes comes up against his former club for the first time since taking over at Manchester United, with Everton currently two points ahead of the reigning champions.
Man Utd have failed to build on their victory over leaders Arsenal before the international break, with 2-2 draws away to Cardiff City and Tottenham Hotspur allowing Arsene Wenger’s side to establish a nine point gap over the Red Devils, which will be ...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes the Toffees need to approach the reunion with former manager David Moyes, now in charge at Manchester United, with a positive, attacking mindset, the Guardian has reported.
The sides meet on Wednesday, the first time Moyes has come up against his pervious employers since decamping to Old Trafford in the summer to replace Sir Alex Ferguson. Everton are higher placed in the Premier League table...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has heaped praise on youngster Gerard Deulofeu after his all-action performance in the 4-0 win over Stoke City on Saturday, BBC Sport has reported.
The Spaniard, 19, who is on loan from Barcelona, capped his first Premier League start with the opening goal as Everton collected three points which lifted them to fourth in the table. He had previously made eight substitute appearances in the league, as w...More
Landon Donovan has admitted that he misses Merseyside and has opened the door to a third spell at Everton, reports Sky Sports.
Donovan previously spent spells at Goodison Park in 2010 and 2012, and with the MLS season now over talks are thought to be at an advanced stage to see the 31-year-old return to Premier League action once again.
Donovan – who once stated his unhappiness with then-team-mate David Beckham for seeking loan move...More
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