Cenk Tosun insists he has no plans of leaving Everton during the summer

Everton striker Cenk Tosun has indicated that he has no plans of parting ways with the Toffees when the transfer window reopens at the turn of the year. The Turkey international has been with the club for the past 15 months but he has not quite been able to cement a regular role from the starting lineup.

Due to this, there have been reports suggesting that Besiktas could seek to re-sign him at the end of the season but Tosun has dismissed the claims by stating that he is content at the Merseyside outfit, he said: “I’m not coming back to Turkey. I’m so happy at Everton. I want to be here for a long time. For my homeland, I want to make my flag proud here. Here, we represent Turkey. Not just me; Caglar Söyüncü, Cengiz Under, Hakan Calhanoglu, Zeki Celik, Merih Demiral, Okay Yokuslu are also the same … We represent not only our name but also the whole country.”

Everton manager wants permanent deals for Zouma and Andre Gomes

Everton manager Marco Silva has confirmed that he wants permanent deals for Kurt Zouma and Andre Gomes when the season comes to a close. Zouma and Gomes joined the Toffees on season-long loan deals from Chelsea and Barcelona respectively, and they have since been integral to the manager’s plans in the Premier League.

Speaking in a press conference, Silva indicated that he is pleased with the performances of the duo during the ongoing campaign and he would entertain the prospect of permanent deals for the pairing. However, he added that the ultimate decision would depend on the parent sides and the Toffees remain optimistic of sealing permanent moves for both Zouma and Gomes.

Richarlison credits Marco Silva for goalscoring form

Everton forward Richarlison has credited manager Marco Silva for his goalscoring form during the course of the current campaign. The Brazil international had recently gone into a shell with a number of below-par performances but he has managed to revive his fortunes with goals in back-to-back games against Newcastle United and Chelsea.

Speaking to the club’s official website, Richarlison praised the work of Silva in his development and acknowledged the work put into training for the recent reward, he said: “I feel I have been developing more and more Marco Silva is always talking to me in training, he is always giving me guidance on positioning in the area.

Idrissa Gueye refusing to give up on Paris Saint-Germain move

Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye appears determined to part ways with the club during the summer after failing to do so during the winter transfer window. The Senegal international had been the subject of multiple transfer bids from Paris Saint-Germain last month but the Toffees made clear that the midfielder was not available at any price.

As such, Gueye was left extremely disappointed with the situation and he has now opened up regarding the same in an exclusive interview with L’Equipe. Speaking to the French publication, Gueye admitted that he has the dream of playing for an elite team in the Champions League and that was not fulfilled with Les Parisiens last month.

Henry Onyekuru admits he may never play for Everton amid work permit concern

Nigerian footballer Henry Onyekuru has admitted that he would be open to the prospect of signing for Galatasaray on a permanent basis, should an opportunity arise. The striker joined Everton from KAS Eupen during the summer of 2017 after he enjoyed a fruitful season with 24 goals in all competitions.

However, he has since failed to make his Toffees bow due to work permit concerns and this has restricted him to loan spells – initially with Anderlecht and presently with Galatasaray. Speaking to Kralspor, Onyekuru has acknowledged that he is very pleased with his proceedings at the Turkish champions but he still envisages the dream of playing in the Premier League.

Everton boss keen on the Toffees’ returning to winning ways in the Premier League

Everton manager Marco Silva has emphasised the need to return to winning ways in the Premier League in order to build up the confidence within the squad. The Merseyside outfit were within striking distance off the top six in November but they have since dropped off the pace with a difficult run of results during the festive period.

Speaking to Everton TV, Silva indicated that winning games is the best formula to build up confidence and he is hoping that the club can erase a two-match losing streak in the league this weekend, he said:“Winning matches is the best way to win confidence and to start playing again at our best level. We have already shown that this season.

Everton boss explains reason behind Richarlison not starting at Burnley

Everton manager Marco Silva has highlighted that Richarlison was afforded a rest from the starting lineup at Burnley after being almost ever-present through the club’s Premier League campaign. Before the Clarets game, the Brazilian had started in all but two matches for the Toffees and those came out from a suspension.

Speaking after the game, Silva highlighted that Richarlison is not a machine and he has to take care of the player physically with the congested schedule heading into the New Year, he said:“Like you know, it is a busy December. They are humans, they are not machines. It is hard for them to play all the matches and a game every three days. We have to manage their physical condition and Richarlison has been playing almost every minute of every game and we have different solutions so we can manage this situation. I know how important he is for us but the others are working hard as well.”

Neil Warnock: Richarlison could be worth £90m for Everton

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has suggested that Richarlison could be worth twice the £45m Everton paid for his signature during the summer transfer window. The attacker has been the standout performer for the Toffees during the first half of the ongoing campaign after contributing six league goals and this has already made him a regular feature with the Brazilian national team.

Speaking in a press conference, Warnock highlighted that the Toffees are currently the hardest working side in terms of the statistics and happened to heap praise on the qualities of Richarlison by saying that he could be worth double the sum paid for his signature earlier in the summer, he said: “You look at stats and they’re the hardest working side in the Premier League at the moment. Look at Richarlison up front he’s probably worth double that £45million.

Silva pleased with Michael Keane's progress

Marco Silva reckons Michael Keane’s state of mind at this present moment is very different from what it was ahead of the start of the season.

According to Silva, there are many different factors which were responsible for Keane not playing up to his potential last season. It was his debut season at Everton and he had to play under as many as three head coaches.

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Former Arsenal star heaps praise on compatriot Richarlison

Former Arsenal star Gilberto Silva has praised compatriot Richarlison following Everton’s goalless draw against Chelsea on the road. The 21-year-old only arrived in the Premier League from Fluminense last year but he has since shown immense progress which has made him a regular for club and country.

Speaking to Everton TV, Silva was pleased with the progress of the former America Mineiro graduate and believes the forward offers something different to the national side than other players within the squad, he said: “Now Richarlison has played for the national team as well and it is great for a young player to be in the squad - it will raise his confidence.

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