Marcus Bent believes that Everton are looking to cash-in on midfielder Andre Gomes this summer. The Spaniard appeared 28 times in the Premier League last season but hasn’t been able to find his best form since suffering a sickening broken leg against Tottenham back in November 2019, just before Carlo Ancelotti arrived.
It has been suggested recently that Andrea Pirlo is on Everton’s shortlist to replace Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park this summer, and if the 42-year-old were to get the job, he could be the man to unlock Andre Gomes in this Toffees side. According to Calciomercato, Pirlo is one of the names being considered to step up as Ancelotti’s replacement after the 61-year-old returned to Real Madrid this week, with the former looking likely to make a swift return to management after being sacked by Juventus recently.
Everton midfielder Andre Gomes admits he has not shown the consistency needed at the highest level this season. The midfielder is fully recovered from the serious injury he suffered during the 2019-2020 season. He has played 28 times for the Toffees this term, but has often been in and out of the side due to poor form.
Andre Gomes has talked about the ups and downs he has experienced on a personal level throughout the course of Everton's 2020/21 campaign Andre Gomes has admitted there have been performances this season that he has not been "comfortable" with. But, the midfielder has made clear he is fully over the serious injury issue that kept him out for a long period of time during the 2019/20 campaign.
Gerrard is joining football stars past and present in supporting the Football For Change initiative. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has joined a number of football superstars past and present in backing an initiative to give disadvantaged young people a fairer chance in life. The Kop icon is joining stars such as Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville, Gary Lineker, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andre Gomes in supporting the Football For Change initiative.
If Everton don’t qualify for Europe next season, this summer could have a very different feel to it. Their spending power will be influenced and it may also dictate Carlo Ancelotti’s future in Merseyside.The Italian has been keen to get the Toffees back to the continental stage but, with Real Madrid and Barcelona courting his services, there could be a changing of the guard.
Analysis - Adam Jones dissects the four key talking points and highlights after the goalless draw between Aston Villa and Everton No surprise, but no excuse In terms of sheer performance, that was typical of what Everton have produced on any number of occasions away from home already this season.
Score, highlights and reaction as Everton are held to a 0-0 draw by Aston Villa at Villa Park.Everton's European hopes were dented after a dull goalless draw with Aston Villa at Villa Park on Thursday evening.Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Andre Gomes both went close for the Blues in the second half.
Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold and Everton's Andre Gomes & Anthony Gordon have helped launch an initiative tackling poverty in young people Liverpool’s Lord Mayor has hailed Trent Alexander-Arnold as a “legend of our time” as he fights for young people suffering in poverty.The Reds right-back helped launch an initiative called Football For Change which aims to support young people across Merseyside get into education or find employment opportunities, while also helping those from challenged backgrounds to reach their full potential.
Everton face an 'interesting' summer in the transfer window when looking at midfield recruitment Carlo Ancelotti and Marcel Brands face an 'interesting' transfer window after Fabian Delph continued his Everton comeback at West Ham United on Sunday.Delph, 31, has appeared in the last three matches after missing four months of the season with a hamstring injury suffered at Burnley in December.
The first half of our latest column from Michael Ball discusses Everton's disappointing 2-1 defeat to Aston Villa at Goodison Park on Saturday evening We've been here before this season.We got a great result away to Arsenal to put us back in the mix again, now we're back at Goodison Park under the lights and you're hoping that the lads will at least put a performance in.
Tom Davies was left on the bench on Saturday evening as Aston Villa secured a 2-1 win at Goodison Park, with Fabian Delph instead being introduced to the action in the second half Among all of the frustration that Everton fans were feeling on Saturday, perhaps one aspect of the defeat to Aston Villa slipped under the radar.
In our latest edition of the Royal Blue podcast, our panel discussed a goalscoring issue that Everton have got away with this season - and how they can avoid it next term Everton are facing an important summer transfer window once again, with a number of priorities facing Marcel Brands and Carlo Ancelotti.
'It was schoolboy defending': Martin Keown slams Everton after their loss to Aston Villa saw them fail to leapfrog Tottenham and Liverpool... as he singles Andre Gomes out for criticism
Martin Keown didn't pull his punches when it came to analysing Everton's performances against Aston Villa as the Arsenal legend slammed the Toffees' soft centre and singled out Andre Gomes for particular criticism.Ollie Watkins capitalised on Mason Holgate's error to put the visitors ahead at Goodison Park before a quickfire response from Dominic Calvert-Lewin brought the hosts level.
Philippe Coutinho is reportedly wanted by Everton and Bayern Munich this summer as Barcelona look to slash their wage bill, with the former Liverpool star available for around £35million Everton could be set to make a shock move for former Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, according to reports.Coutinho was a huge fans' favourite on Merseyside during five impressive years, before becoming one of the most expensive players of all time when he signed for Barcelona in 2018 in a deal which could eventually cost £142m But the Brazilian has struggled to replicate his Liverpool form in La Liga and spent last season on loan at Bayern Munich, where his brace in the Champions League semi-final added insult to the humiliating 8-2 scoreline against his parent club Barca.
Everton selection changes - Sam Carroll ponders the line-up Carlo Ancelotti could name for the visit of Aston Villa next week Carlo Ancelotti could be tempted to name an unchanged starting line-up against Aston Villa next week.Villa visit Goodison Park with Everton knowing victory would keep them firmly in the hunt for Champions League football next term.
Seamus Coleman, Andre Gomes and Dominic Calvert-Lewin start for Everton at Arsenal but Michael Keane is out of the squad Dominic Calvert-Lewin returns to the starting line-up for Everton’s game with Arsenal tonight.The Blues also recall Andre Gomes and Seamus Coleman to the side for the clash at the Emirates.
Everton's fight for a place in Europe is fading away unless they can turn their form around Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has a task on his hands with eight games left of the season starting with Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur.Everton are 12/5 with Betfred to pick their first win in four league games while Spurs are favourites at 6/5 at Goodison Park tonight.
Everton will again be without top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin when they host Tottenham on Friday, but Jordan Pickford is among a quartet of players who are back available.As well as goalkeeper Pickford, sidelined recently due to an abdominal problem, midfielders Allan and Andre Gomes and forward Josh King are also fit to return to action.
Carlo Ancelotti press conference ahead of the Premier League visit of Tottenham Hotspur on Friday evening Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti will face the media at 1:30pm to preview the Premier League visit of Tottenham Hotspur to Goodison Park on Friday evening.Everton are without victory in five matches in all competitions and have also suffered with injuries in recent weeks.