Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is set to swoop for Everton right back Seamus Coleman this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
It is believed it would take a bid of around £20m for the Blues to prize the Irishman away from Goodison Park.
Coleman has established himself as one of the most highly rated right backs in the country in recent years since signing for just £60,000 from Sligo Rovers back in 2009.
Mourinho is a confirmed admirer...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez was delighted with his side’s efforts after they beat West Ham United 2-1 for a result he described as the club’s most satisfying this season, writes Sky Sports.
The game was an eventful and fractious affair with some moments of controversy, most notably regarding Everton’s opening goal. An initial shot was deflected into the path of an offside Romelu Lukaku as the Hammers defence was wrong-footed, bu...More
Chelsea are plotting a £20m bid to sign Everton right-back Seamus Coleman in the January transfer window, with Jose Mourinho a major admirer of the Irishman, according to the Daily Mail.
Coleman was brought to Everton by David Moyes in 2009, with the club paying just £60,000 to Irish league side Sligo Rovers for his services. He has since become regarded as arguably the best right-back in the Premier League after taking over from Ton...More
Mid-table Everton can move to within just a point of fourth-placed West Ham United if they claim victory when the two sides meet at Goodison Park.
The last few games have clearly showed that Roberto Martinez’ men are on the up, but they are still not playing with the fluency of last season, with frustrating draws coming against Swansea City and Sunderland in their last two Premier League games.
Supporters are still yet to see Romelu...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is confident that left-back Leighton Baines can make a speedy recovery from a hamstring injury suffered on international duty, Goal.com has reported.
The 29-year-old picked up a hamstring strain on Friday while training with the England squad ahead of Saturday’s 3-1 win over Slovenia in Euro 2016 qualifying. As a result, he was forced to miss the game as well as the friendly victory over rivals Scotla...More
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has responded angrily to claims from Republic of Ireland assistant boss Roy Keane that the club is putting pressure on its players to withdraw from international duty, reports ESPN.
On Sunday, Keane told a press conference that Everton manager Roberto Martinez needed to explain fitness issues regarding players such as Seamus Coleman and James McCarthy and suggested that both are being prevented from jo...More
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