The Rumour Mill
Speculation, conjecture, whisperings, half-truths and outright nonsense. Disclaimer
In an "exclusive" report, The Independent's Miguel Delaney claims that according to sources, a deal to being Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park is "likely to happen."
Everton's major shareholder reportedly turned down £70m for the Belgian last summer and has no interest in inserting a release clause into his contract.
(The Times [£])
Following his tease at the Gwladys Street's Hall of Fame dinner the Friday before last, Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson appeared to drop another big hint over the weekend that an announcement over Everton's proposed move to Bradley-Moore Dock is imminent.
Preston North End are said to be keen on arranging a permanent deal for Aiden McGeady who is enjoying an increasingly successful loan spell with the Lancashire side.
Tom Cleverley will apparently trigger a clause in his loan deal from Everton to Watford if he plays for the Hornets against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Everton to move a step closer to new stadium at the docks? Initial agreement to be signed soon?
Gerard Deulofeu will return to Everton at the end of the season or possibly sign for AC Milan on a permanent basis, depending on which Italian outlet is making the claim.
Everton will take a second run at bringing Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park after failing with a loan bid in January and the player would "consider" it according to reports.
Everton are said to be weighing up a summer move for Sunderland's promising young goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford.
Everton are supposedly interested in signing Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Walace from Hamburg.
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