Everton manager Roberto Martinez has played down suggestions Ross Barkley could be missing until the New Year after it was suggested the England international would be missing for five months with a knee injury, Sky Sports has reported.
Barkley suffered a knee injury in training shortly before the start of the new Premier League season and it was reported shortly after that the 20-year-old was facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines....More
Everton, Manchester United and Tottenham are all in the race to sign Barcelona midfielder Alexandre Song for the season after the Spanish club made him available for a free loan, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Song is not part of new Barcelona manager Luis Enrique’s plans, and has been told that he can find a new club. His preference is a return to the Premier League, where he began his senior career with Arsenal before leaving fo...More
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has admitted that midfielder Ross Barkley could be out of action for up to five months after sustaining a knee ligament injury, the Daily Mail has reported.
Barkley was training on Friday when he sustained the problem, and the initial thought was that he would be sidelined for between six and eight weeks. However, a scan has shown that injury is potentially worse than first feared and that he can now ...More
Roberto Martinez is using a long-term approach to his stewardship of Everton, insisting that it’s important to consider the ramifications of decisions made today, Sky Sports has reported.
Martinez has been in charge at Goodison Park for a little over 12 months, having been appointed from Wigan Athletic to replace Manchester United-bound David Moyes. He took the Toffees to fifth place last season but has said he isn’t thinking year-to...More
Leicester City take to the field for their first Premier League fixture since 2004 on Saturday as they welcome top four hopefuls Everton to the East Midlands.
The Foxes were irresistible in the Championship last season as they romped to the title with 102 points. The secret to their success under Nigel Pearson was keeping a settled squad, and building on their strong defence. Wes Morgan and Marcin Wasilewski will again be crucial, bu...More
Everton have completed a deal to sign Chelsea forward Christian Atsu on a season-long loan, announcing the transfer on Wednesday evening, ESPN has reported.
The Ghanaian’s arrival comes after several weeks of negotiation, with Chelsea reportedly asking for assurances from their Premier League rivals that he would be given the chance to play regular first team football at Goodison Park before sanctioning the move.
Atsu is likely to s...More
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