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Everton transfer news – 777 latest, Amadou Onana fitness, Brighton reaction

Everton transfer news, rumours, gossip and speculation including the latest on 777 Partners, Amadou Onana and all the reaction to Saturday’s draw with Brighton & Hove Albion

According to a recent report, the Football Association has given the go-ahead for 777 Partners, Everton’s new potential owners.

Fears that Amadou Onana might need a lengthy recovery period have been allayed by Sean Dyche is insistence that the player’s injury is merely a “niggly calf issue.”

We will also be reacting to Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.

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Everton are eyeing a move for Toluca forwardMaximiliano Araujo, according to a new report.

The Uruguayan international, who plays in Mexico, is reportedly a player Everton are close to monitoring, according to Football Transfers.

It is also claimed that La Liga outfit Real Betis are interested in the player.

The 23-year-old

Everton manager Sean Dyche has insisted that promising defender Jarrad Branthwaite won’t be used as a cash cow to alleviate Everton’s financial difficulties.

Speaking to reporters after Saturday’s draw with Brighton & Hove Albion, Dyche was quick to rebuff interest in the promising defender.

I was making it clear he wouldn’t be a player who was available.

Everton women securd a share of the spoils on their visit to Tottenham Hotspur thanks to a late Aurora Galli’s late penalty.

The result takes Everton to 9th in the WSL.

Brentford were forced to fight for their three points against West Ham yesterday, and that surprisingly all started with a goal from Neal Maupay on loan from Everton.

I say surprising, it is only that because it was the first goal the striker has scored since September 18, 2022, when he netted the only goal of the Blues win against the Hammers coincidentally at Goodison Park last season.

Speaking afterwards on BBC’s Match of the Day, it seems Maupay has placed the blame for his lack of goalscoring talents on the environment he was part of at Goodison Park.

“Last season I wasn’t me, and I didn’t manage to find myself at Everton so I’m glad to be back here, to win games and be with people who appreciate me, and vice versa, because I love the people in this club,” he said.

Brentford’s Nal Maupay celebrates scoring their side’s first goal of the game during the Premier League match at the Gtech Community Stadium, London. Photo: John Walton/PA Wire. (Image: PA)

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Tempers flare as Everton show bite off the ball in Brighton ‘shoving match’

Yesterday’s match had plenty of entertainment as an unstoppable force met an immovable object. Most was caught on camera for highlights packages to show, though as always not all of it.

Now that the dust has settled, here are some moments you may have missed.

Everton’s James Tarkowski tangles with Ansu Fati against Brighton (Image: PA)

Some may see yesterday’s result as a point dropped, though Sean Dyche remained positive and took the draw in his stride.

The country’s national media followed suit, highlighting the strengths his squad displayed against a tricky opponent in Brighton compared to their last visit to Goodison Park in January, when the Blues were under Frank Lampard’s guidance.

Via Fabrizio Romano, Everton have been keeping a close eye on the progress of 17-year-old striker Anton Matkovic.

The Croation, who plays for NK Osijek and his country’s Under-19s team, has sparked a growing interest from clubs across Europe it seems, with the reporter branding this situation as ‘one to watch’.

ICYMI: Everton frustration gives the game away about real story of Brighton draw

“If you were looking for signs of progress then you would have found them at Goodison Park against Brighton & Hove Albion. Everton may have been denied a win by a cruel deflection but the disappointment that greeted Ashley Young’s late own goal told a story of its own.

“This fixture last year represented one of the worst points of a dismal campaign as Brighton destroyed what was then Frank Lampard’s Blues. The contrast in the directions these two clubs were heading could not have been more stark.”

Everton manager Sean Dyche has allayed fears over Amadou Onana potentially facing a prolonged period on the sidelines while claiming that his side should have been awarded a penalty in their 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.

Onana was left out of the matchday squad with his place being taken by Idrissa Gueye but Dyche insists the injury it is not a major problem for the Belgium international. He said: “Ama’s played with it for the last two games, a niggly calf that’s been annoying. It’s not a drastic one but with the game coming so quick, we had to make a call on it.

“Rather than he played and then came off, we thought it was clearer to start with Gana who I thought was excellent.”

According to The Times, 777 Partners’ co-founders Josh Wander and Steve Pask have cleared a major hurdle in their efforts to become Everton’s new majority owners.

The report claims that the duo have been approved by the Football Association to become directors of the club should the takeover be finalised.

A new report has claimed that Everton’s new prospective owners 777 Partners have received clearance from the Football Association.

Sean Dyche has relieved fears that Amadou Onana could be set for a sustained spell on the sidelines – insisting his injury is only a “niggly calf issue”.

We will also be reacting to Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brighton & Hove Albion.

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