JUST NI: Everton just Signed a deal with Manchester worth £35 million just now…..

Everton’s transfer window can begin after the end of PSR uncertainty and after surviving June without losing Jarrad Branthwaite—rejecting Manchester United’s opening bid of £35 million plus add-ons out of hand—Goodison Park chiefs are now actively planning to retain their most valuable asset for the upcoming season, barring a massive offer. Everton transfer news LIVE: Iliman Ndiaye announcement, Jarrad Branthwaite latest information.

The Blues have added two new players during the first part of the transfer window, and Iliman Ndiaye, the third, is reportedly close to joining.

In addition, the team is confident that Ben Godfrey and Lewis Dobbin’s astute sales tactics were sufficient to bring Everton into compliance with the Profit and Sustainability Regulations before the deadline of June 30.

What follows then? Ndiaye, however, might be the first development of the transfer window’s second phase. In addition, director of football Kevin Thelwell is searching for a winger and is probably going to be put to the test by offers for players like Amadou Onana and the previously mentioned Branthwaite. Some clubs, like Arsenal, will be released from the constraints of their past challenging seasons as the PSR assessment period comes to an end. As stated here, Everton won’t quite be one of them.

As stated here, Everton won’t quite be one of them. However, trying to come up with a solution regarding Dominic Calvert-Lewin’sfutureis currently the top priority.

On the field, Everton has announced that they will play Seamus Coleman’s former team, Sligo Rovers, in their first preseason friendly this summer.

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Bayern approve the Palhinha fee.
According to reports, Fulham and Bayern Munich have agreed on a price for Joao Palhinha.

As we revealed last week, the Bundesliga team was thinking about signing Everton’s Amadou Onana in place of the Portugal international if they were unable to come to an agreement with the Londoners.
Chelsea announces Ndiaye’s signing

Iliman Ndiaye, a versatile forward from Senegal, has signed a five-year contract with Everton, ending in June 2029, for an undisclosed fee from Olympique Marseille.

“Iliman strengthens our forward line and adds versatility to our attacking options as we look to build on the progress we made as a team last season in terms of chances created,” Everton manager Sean Dyche stated.

“He is still young, but he has international and European experience, and we think he will be a great addition to our team.”
Jacob Greaves and Jaden Philogene, two players from Hull City, have been connected to possible transfers to Everton this summer. It is believed that Kevin Thelwell, the director of football, has both players on his radar.

However, top flight news boys Ipswich Town could be stealing a march on the Blues and the likes of West Ham United who are also supposedly interested, with Football Insider reporting that the Suffolk outfit have submitted a £30million-plus double bid.

Their article states: “This stunning double offer is in place as the newly-promoted side attempts to beat off their Premier League rivals to the in-demand players. The Hammers have held preliminary talks over deals for Greaves and Philogene, but now face competition from the Tractor Boys as the two clubs, as well as top-tier rivals, will battle it out to try to land their signatures.”

‘Official’ Ndiaye announcement today

This report from France says the departure of Iliman Ndiaye to Everton and the arrival of Lilian Brassier will be made official this Wednesday, while Ismaël Koné will undergo his medical examination in the United States.

Everton are among a trio of Premier League clubs chasing Martin Braithwaite, according to a report.

Football Espana cites Danish outlet Tipsbladet as claiming that the Blues, along with newly-promoted pair Leicester City and Southampton have submitted contract proposals to the 33-year-old Denmark international striker.

The former Barcelona player crossed the Catalan city to join Espanyol in 2022 and despite suffering relegation in his first season, his 22 goals last term helped them to win an instant top flight return.

Braithwaite, who has a year left on his current deal, recently confirmed that he had rejected a “derisory” contract offer from his current side and having previous experience in England with Middlesbrough, could be available this summer for a knockdown fee.

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