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Thursday December 19 2019
Everton close in on Ancelotti

Everton have reportedly moved a step closer to appointing former Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti as their new manager.

According to BBC Sport, the 60-year-old has held “face-to-face discussions” with owner Farhad Moshiri this week and the club is hoping to finalise a deal before Saturday.

However, regardless of whether one is clinched, Duncan Ferguson is expected to remain in caretaker charge of the Toffees against Arsenal in the Premier League this weekend.

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Wednesday December 18 2019
Lyon & Everton in for Nzonzi?

Roma midfielder Steven Nzonzi has reportedly been targeted by Olympique Lyonnais and Everton after a disappointing spell on loan at Galatasaray.

The 31-year-old is currently in Turkey on loan from the Giallorossi but, after being dropped by the club for disciplinary reasons, he will in all probability return to the Italian capital this winter.

Tuttomercatoweb claims he is being followed by Lyon, who are looking to strengthen their troops ahead of a busy spring, including two legs against Juventus in the last 16 of the Champions League.

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Tuesday December 17 2019
Report: Ancelotti to meet ADL

Carlo Ancelotti will reportedly meet Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis today to sort out his contract situation before taking charge of Everton.

Sky Sport Italia reports the summit is so the coach can free himself from his Partenopei contract, which still has another 18 months left to run.

The broadcaster adds a deal has already been struck between the two men, amidst speculation that Carletto is close to becoming the next Everton boss.

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Monday December 16 2019
Riise: 'Everton destroyed Kean'

John Arne Riise and Sam Allardyce have defended Moise Kean after Everton took off the ex-Juventus striker 18 minutes into subbing him on.

Kean was brought on after 70 minutes during Everton’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday, but interim boss Duncan Ferguson chose to replace him before the final whistle.

Riise - a former Liverpool and Roma left-back - has now accused Ferguson of “destroying a young boy” after the match.

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Monday December 16 2019
Napoli 'offer €30m for Torreira'

Napoli have reportedly offered to pay Arsenal €30m to bring Lucas Torreira back to Italy this winter.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Napoli have offered to give back the same amount  Arsenal invested in Torreira last year.

The newsspaper explains the Partenopei are proposing a €3m loan deal until 2021, with the obligation to cough up €27m for a permanent transfer.

The midfielder, who played 71 Serie A matches for Sampdoria, has struggled to settle in London ever since his €30m move to the Gunners.

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Wednesday December 11 2019
Report: Ancelotti in Arsenal talks

Arsenal have reportedly opened talks with Carlo Ancelotti and could reach an agreement with the former Napoli boss as early as this afternoon.

Despite guiding Napoli to the last 16 of the Champions League, that was not enough for Ancelotti to keep his job at the San Paolo.

After moving into pole position to fill the Arsenal vacancy, Tuttomercatoweb claims the Gunners have now approached the 60-year-old, offering him a contract until 2021.

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Wednesday December 11 2019
'Ancelotti can work anywhere'

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is “very sorry” for Carlo Ancelotti after his Napoli dismissal but believes his former boss “can work anywhere in the world”.

Ancelotti was sacked for failing to arrest Napoli’s poor run in Serie A, despite leading them to the Champions League knockout stages last night.

“I have huge respect for him, I am very sorry for him,” Lampard said at a press conference.

“I know it was a tough job for him lately.”

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Tuesday December 10 2019
Report: Bologna ask about Kean

Bologna have reportedly been in touch with Everton to discuss a potential loan deal for Moise Kean.

Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolò Schira reports Everton may let Kean leave next month and are currently in talks with Bologna about a possible loan deal.

It sparks further life into the rumours of a return to Italian football for the striker after his struggles at Everton, having previously been linked with moves to Roma and Milan.

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Tuesday December 10 2019
Alonso to reunite with Conte?

Inter are reportedly showing an interest in Marcos Alonso, a player Chelsea signed when Antonio Conte was in charge at the Stamford Bridge.

Transfer expect Alfredo Pedulla claims there is truth in English reports, which suggest Conte could look to bring in Alonso next month.

The fact Chelsea were banned from signing players by FIFA over the summer meant they had to hold on to the players already at the club.

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Friday December 6 2019
Report: Palace go for Borini

Crystal Palace have reportedly been testing the waters at Milan regarding a loan deal for Fabio Borini this winter.

Evening Standard claims Palace boss Roy Hodgson has sounded out the 28-year-old as a target for January.

The newspaper writes that the Eagles will try to take the forward on loan, particularly given he qualifies as a homegrown player.

He moved to London at the age of 16, signing for Chelsea, and moved to Milan in 2017 after later spells at Liverpool, Sunderland and Swansea City.

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