Sheffield United defender Phil Jagielka has narrated how he turned down an offer from London club West Ham United before returning to sign for Everton in 2007. Jagielka stated this in an exclusive interview with the Liverpool Echo.
Jagielka was released by Merseyside giants Everton at a young age. He was released by the Toffees as a 15-year-old. He went on to reveal the reason for snubbing the offer from the Hammers. According to the 38-year-old England international defender, Jagielka said he could not leave Sheffield United to join West Ham United in the summer of 2007 because of the bad blood between the two clubs. Continue reading “JAGIELKA REVEALS WEST HAM OFFER”
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is almost certain to miss the Premier League encounter with Everton later this week after the Frenchman picked up a hamstring problem at the weekend.
The Gunners play hosts to fellow European hopefuls Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Friday night hoping to close the gap on the leading pack for European football next season with a win. The North Londoners will have to secure that win without Lacazette who has been the main source of goals for the club in recent weeks. Continue reading “LACAZETTE OUT OF EVERTON GAME”
With the January transfer window coming to a wrap, the rush has started for clubs and players who still wish to conclude transfer ins and outs to ascertain club members as the second half of the 2020-21 season dawns upon us.
One of such clubs eager to oversee an exit of one of their players is Premier League outfit, Everton. The Toffees are keen to offload Brazilian winger Bernard with a loan move just around the corner. Arabian club AL-Nasr are keen to strike a loan agreement with Everton that will see Bernard swap clubs before the winter transfer window deadline day. Continue reading “EVERTON WINGER SET FOR A LOAN MOVE AWAY FROM THE CLUB”
Moise Keane was prised away by Everton from Juventus some months ago during a period when the youngster was touted as one of the hottest young striking options in Europe but he has not quite found his feet at Goodison Park and was already disgruntled before securing a loan move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Everton splashed £27 million on Keane as they looked to follow their new transfer policy of recruiting players with age in their side who also want to play for the club. However, things did not seem to go right with Keane and the player himself was reported to have admitted that the move was not a favourable one for him.