Ross Barkley is doing everything in his power to fulfil his potential at Everton, according to boss Ronald Koeman. Barkley is still only 22 but he is already five years into his Premier League career having first caught the eye for the Blues as a teenager.
After a brilliant start to last season his form
Media playback is not supported on this device Nigel Pearson: Pearson: Leicester City departure ‘a big shock’ Former Leicester manager Nigel Pearson says he felt proud but “very detached” when they won the Premier League. He said it was a “big shock” to be sacked in June 2015 by the Foxes, who won their first
Ashley Williams joined Swansea from Stockport County in 2008 Former Swansea City striker Lee Trundle says the club’s senior players need to “step up” and fill the void left by captain Ashley Williams’ exit. Defender Williams, 31, joined Everton on the eve of the new season. Trundle said other members of the squad now needed
The Blues midfielder, 29, was benched by Antonio Conte for the season opener with West Ham last night. And it’s claimed by Spanish newspaper Sport that Fabregas is now seriously contemplating whether to leave before the transfer window shuts. Fabregas grew up at Barca’s famous La Masia academy before moving to Arsenal. He returned to
Adam McDonnell was unable to play for Ipswich until he was 18 because of Fifa regulations Ipswich Town youngster Adam McDonnell has signed a new two-year contract with the option of a further 12 months. The 19-year-old midfielder joined Town in 2014 from Shelbourne and made his first-team debut against Doncaster in the League Cup
Here’s all the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers… Everton have put a mammoth £75million price tag on star striker Romelu Lukaku to ward off potencial suitors this summer. (Daily Express) But Lukaku has left agent Mino Raiola to sort out his future while he concentrates on international duty with Belgium at Euro 2016. (Sky
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is confident Gonzalo Higuain will not ‘betray’ the club by joining Chelsea or Liverpool. The striker was on fire last season and set a new Serie A record after finishing the campaign with 36 league goals. That form has sparked interest from clubs all over Europe, with Chelsea and Liverpool