The headlines of the Everton evening reminded of the chance to sign Gareth Bale.


Former Everton stalwarts have their say on Digne’s red card

Good evening, Everton fans. Here are your evening headlines for Monday, October 26.

All the latest news and rumors from the Goodison Park area.

The Frenchman was shown a red card for catching the calf of Saints defender Kyle Walker-Peters, a decision that Ancelotti questioned, suggesting the club could appeal.

The duo analyzed the Ancelotti men’s first defeat of the season after the 2-0 defeat in Southampton and had a say in Lucas Digne’s red card.

Tim Cahill and Leon Osman, who together played more than 700 appearances for Everton, were on the expert panel last night in Match Of The Day 2.

“He could have slowed the pace,” Cahill estimated.

“It’s an accident and it doesn’t look good, but I can understand why Ancelotti is unhappy. It all depends on the interpretation.”

“He runs back, and Walker-Peters’ foot is exactly the way Lucas Digne runs.

“I can understand why it was given, but I think it is an accident and he catches it,” Osman added.

“But you can’t say it’s not dangerous.”

Everton fights for Napoli forward against Tottenham

Here is what they said in full.

The Carlo Ancelotti squad in Everton could soon be strengthened by another attacker, according to the Italian outlet Calciomercato (via Sports Mole ).

The 26-year-old has scored 48 goals in 122 appearances for the Serie A giants, but is expected to plead for a change.

The Polish national striker Arkadiusz Milk is in the final year of his contract at the Stadio San Paolo and will be able to start negotiations with potential candidates in January.

Here you can find the latest news and rumors about Everton’s transfer from today’s live blog.

Missed opportunity to sign Gareth Bale revealed

The perennial Italian champion Juventus, who in recent years has developed a strategy of engaging proven, high-quality freelance agents, and Tottenham are also to keep a close eye on Milik.


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