Everton Football Club have been in the Premier League since its formation in 1992. They have been in the top flight of English football for a record 116 seasons, missing from the top division only four times.
They have won 15 major trophies including nine league titles, there last one coming in 1987.
Name: Goodison Park.
Address: Goodison Road, Walton, Liverpool, England
Average attendance 2018/19: 38,780
The club are currently in the process of designing and building a new Everton stadium on Bramley-Moore Dock at Liverpool waterfront. The club hope to build a 52,000 seater stadium with the propect of extending it to 62,000 in the future.
Keep up to date with all the Everton transfer rumours and gossip on this page. You will find all the players linked with a move to Everton, or away from Everton, on this page.
All the latest Everton transfer news will be in this season when it appears and with a busy summer ahead for Marco Silva, there is sure to be a lot of gossip surrounds some of their star players such as Bernard, Richarlison and Idrissa Gueye, who was linked with a move to PSG in January.
Twitter will always be a hive of activity for all transfer news and some of the banter you will find on there is always good for a laugh. One of the most famous Everton transfer rumours was when their official website reported that Argentina star Juan Roman Riquelme was set to join the club. Of course, this was never going to happen and the club were forced to quickly apologise for making the gossip an actual story.
There are always some funny stories coming out of football clubs and the term ‘banter’ is widely used to define this. Just this season, there was the Goodison Park fans celebrating a draw against Liverpool like they had won the Premier League title, and all the trouble at Millwall in their FA Cup clash where an Everton fan was slashed with a knife. Then the story about Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford getting into a scrap outside a pub in the North East after a few choice words were said about his girlfriend from a Newcastle fan. When we have a story on Everton, you’ll find it below.
When Liverpool were trying to beat Manchester City to the league title in the 2018/19, the Merseyside derby was seen as a massive game in the title race and when Everton held their rivals to a 0-0 draw, their fans did not hold back with the banter towards the Reds.
The video below shows Everton fans singing ‘Blue Moon’, the Manchester City anthem, as they leave Goodison Park following that 0-0 draw.
— Thatsagoal (@thatsagoal) March 3, 2019
Current manager Marco Silva seemed to steady the ship in the middle of the 2018/19 season after his was apparently on the verge of being sacked by Chairman Bill Kenwright. The Toffees have had a good end to the season so there is no risk to Silva’s job, however, there are still betting odds for the next Everton manager available:
David Moyes – 6/4
Rafael Benitez – 7/2
David Wagner – 17/2
Mikel Arteta – 12/1
Eddie Howe – 14/1
Paulo Fonseca – 14/1
Everton paid big money for Richarlison to get him from Watford, but the 22 year old showed exactly why Marco Silva is so fond of him this season. The Brazilian scored 13 goals in his first season at Goodison Park from a wide position. If they invest in a world class centre forward during the summer transfer window, you have to expect both Richarlison and Bernard to improve even further.
The striker has already been linked with a move away from Goodison Park but Everton have reportedly put a £90million price tag on his head to warn off teams such as Barcelona, who are said to be interested in signing him.
Everton are one of the few clubs who have not yet given an indication of their new kit design, only saying it ‘will be released in the close season’. They recently signed an extension to their deal with kit manufacturer Umbro.
See all the latest Everton previews, betting tips, banter, gossip and transfer news below. Once we get closer to the new season we’ll add in our Everton pre-season predictions and where we think they’ll finish in the Premier League next term.