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Branthwaite signs up for another year

Jarrad Branthwaite has accepted a contract extension that runs through June 2023

New 2020-21 home strip is launched

Everton and hummel have unveiled the first product from their new technical partnership with the launch of the 2020-21 home kit.

Everton 2 - 1 Leicester City

Everton successfully hold off Leicester charge

Everton hung on to claim three points against Leicester City to register a second successive victory in the Premier League.

Everton pick up French U19 international fullback

Everton have announced the acquisition of Niels Nkounkou, a 19-year-old left back who arrives on a free transfer from Marseille.

Ancelotti: Next season will be better for Kean

Carlo Ancelotti is predicting better things for Moise Kean next season after the Italian striker’s disappointing first year in English football

Niasse officially leaves while Baines agrees short-term extension

Oumar Niasse will join Cuco Martina and Luke Garbutt in leaving the club at the end of the month when their contracts expire.

Keane grabs the points with second-half header

Everton edged a poor contest at Carrow Road thanks to a solitary Michael Keane goal that earned the Toffees their first win in five games.

Pattern Design replace Meis on stadium project

Everton have reportedly handed architectural duties for the proposed Bramley-Moore Dock stadium over to a UK-based firm as Dan Meis announces that he is no longer part of the project.

Schneiderlin completes Nice switch

Morgan Schneiderlin has finalised his move to Nice, leaving Everton for an undisclosed fee after 3½ years with the club.

Everton inches away from winning tepid derby

The Goodison derby ended goalless for the third season in succession as Everton and Liverpool largely cancelled each other out in a dull affair inside an empty stadium.

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