Premier League side Everton have concluded the deal of Michael Keane from Burnley, according to reports in England. The deal could rise up to £30 million as Coach Ronald Koeman continues with his restructuring and reinforcements at Goodison Park.

The England centre back reportedly received a five year package from the Toffees, which makes the 24 year old one of the best paid at the club - the 24-year old is more than pleased with the deal, adding that he is focused on development.

Everton favourites to clinch the services of Burnley defender


Premier League club Everton reportedly hold the advantage in the pursuit of highly-rated Burnley defender Michael Keane this summer.

The 24-year-old has moved a long way since his permanent switch from Old Trafford in January 2015. Keane proved to be a key performer for the Clarets last term as they managed to beat the Premier League drop by a considerable margin.


Sunderland have agreed to sell its goalie Jordan Pickford to Everton FC in a reported 30 million, the BBC reports. The player is on international duty with the Under 21 side as they prepare for the European Championship. Pickford is expected at Goodison Park where he would do his medicals and complete other details after the assignment.

The 23-year old has broken the British record with the deal. His 29 Premier League games last season was enough to convince Everton that he is worthy of the tag. He joined Sunderland academy back in 2010 and played in loan spells at several clubs.



Everton FC are seeking to add new talents to its ranks this summer, according to reports. Ronald Koeman has been linked with a top European talent: Davy Klaassen of Ajax.

The Mirror claims the Dutch tactician wants his compatriot Klaassen to join him at Goodison Park as they play European football next year. There were reports that Wayne Rooney could return to his boyhood club for emotional reasons as he enters the latter stages of his illustrious career.

Ronald Koeman Admits Dream of Coaching Barcelona One Day


Ronald Koeman has admitted that his dream remains to coach Barcelona, and he plans to fulfil this dream in the next couple of years.

This comes as a major disappointing news for Everton, who have been left impressed by the Dutchman. However, his Barcelona connections made him as one of the key options for the Catalan club to replace Luis Enrique in the summer. The manager has already announced his exit from the club at the end of the campaign. The likes of Jorge Sampaoli, Ernesto Valverde, and Ronald Koeman have been linked with the vacant managerial job at Barcelona.

Everton Were Disappointing Against West Ham, Admits Koeman

Ronald Koeman has admitted that Everton were far from the best in the match against West Ham during the weekend.

The club may have continued their unbeaten run to 4 games, but they could only secure a goalless draw with the London outfit. It was yet another poor performance from the team in an away match. Everton have managed just one win in the last eight of the games. In contrast, they have managed seven consecutive victories at the Goodison Park to remain in the sixth place. Everton did not produce any conviction going forward and this allowed West Ham to keep a second clean sheet in the last three games.

Ross Barkley Should Be Part of Everton’s Future, Claims Koeman

Everton manager Ronald Koeman has surprisingly claimed that the club will do everything in order to keep midfielder Ross Barkley at the club.

Only a few months ago, the former Barcelona man was highly critical of the 23-year-old and his attitude. The sea change has been brought about byBarkley’s impressive performances over the last few weeks. Even though the midfielder may have not got much goals in the last 10 games – in fact only one in the 6-3 win over Bournemouth,Barkley has contributed immensely when it comes to assisting other players.

Ronald Koeman Admits Tottenham Were Excellent in 3-2 Win over Everton


Ronald Koeman admitted that Tottenham were the better team in the recent meeting between Everton and Spurs at White Hart Lane. After a tight opening, Spurs raced to a 2-0 advantage.

However, just like in the recent meetings between the two teams, the end result proved extremely close. Goals from the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Enner Valencia meant that the game finished as a 3-2 loss for Everton, as Dele Alli had come up with a crucial late goal. Everton were disappointed not to take something out of the game, but manager Ronald Koeman admitted that Spurs were excellent in the 90 minutes.

Ronald Koeman Happy with Everton’s Effort during UAE Training Camp

Ronald Koeman has praised his Everton team after a five-day training camp in the United Arab Emirates. The lack of FA Cup action this weekend allowed Everton to take a break from the hectic schedule.

They, along with Liverpool, jetted out to sunny regions. While Liverpool opted for a much closer set up after travelling to Spain, Everton went to the United Arab Emirates and were involved in a friendly game. The team stayed at the TheMeydan Hotel for five nights.Koeman will be hoping that the rest helps rejuvenate the squad ahead of a crucial time in the Premier league.


The deal involving the move of Morgan Schneiderlin of Manchester United to Everton is set to be announced on Thursday.

Schneirderlin successfully passed his medical test on Wednesday, following a £22m move from Old Trafford.


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