Category: Everton

Everton: Barry joins Baggies

The 36-year-old former England midfielder, who missed Everton’s opening Premier League match of the new season against Stoke because of an ankle problem, has signed for the Baggies on an initial one-year deal. “I want to come and help the team. That’s always been the same for me wherever I have played,” Barry said

Everton: Everton to allow McCarthy departure

The long, protracted transfer talks between Everton and Swansea for the sale of Sigurdsson are almost complete and reports are suggesting the move will be completed before the end of the week. Signing the Iceland international is set to send McCarthy, who made just seven Premier League starts last season, further down the pecking

Everton: Toffees can improve – Calvert-Lewin

The 20-year-old was added to the Everton squad late last summer, in a deal which saw him leave Sheffield United, and he quickly found himself in the first-team picture. Calvert-Lewin went on to start five Premier League games last term before helping England to win the under-20 World Cup with the winning goal in

Transfer rumours and paper review – Tuesday, August 15: Chelsea and Man City lead race for Van Dijk, Chelsea ‘confident’ of signing Arsenal star and MORE!

talkSPORT bring you all the top headlines and transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers… Chelsea and Manchester City are now leading the race for Southampton centre-back Virgil van Dijk, with Liverpool falling out of the running of a deal which could reach £70m. (Yahoo) Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain continues to be linked with a move away from Arsenal, with

Everton: Midfielder suffers fresh injury scare

Barkley has only just returned to training with the first-team after undergoing surgery to repair a groin injury, but it looks as though it could be a while longer before he is ready for Ronald Koeman’s first team again. The 23-year-old is said to have picked up the injury in training on Monday morning

Everton: Rooney still the best – boss

Lifting three trophies at Manchester United last season was not enough to satisfy the 31-year-old, whose frustration at a lack of regular first-team football grew under Jose Mourinho. Rooney took the decision to leave Old Trafford after 13 medal-laden years and in the summer rejoined Everton, who he inspired to victory on his first