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Everton are interested in signing Barcelona starlet Munir El-Haddadi, according to The Metro, who in turn have reported a speculative tale from the Spanish newspaper Fichajes.

The 19-year-old forward has broken into Barca’s first team this season, making 10 appearances and scoring one goal.

He has also won his first cap for Spain last year and, according to Fichajes, could be made available for loan.

With lots of ‘may’ ‘could’ and ‘possiblies’ qualifying the tale – Fichajes say that Enrique is keen for the youngster to continue developing his game, and Goodison Park could be a possible destination next season.

The Vital Football website goes even further, linking Everton with THREE Barcelona starlets.

In addition to Munir El Haddadi they suggest that Everton have also made approaches for Adama Traore, Martin Montoya and Sergi Roberto – but were knocked back on all three.

Traore is a 19-year-old winger, Roberto a 23-year-old midfielder and Montoya a right-back.


The Metro, again, suggests that Arsenal representatives will be at Goodison Park on Thursday to scout Dinamo Kiev’s Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragovic.

HITC Sport, meanwhile, are already speculating on possible new Everton managers – should The Toffees’ season of Premier League toil continue.

They “report” that: “Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has become a shock contender with the bookies to replace Roberto Martinez should the Spaniard depart Goodison Park.

“A new contender could soon be rivalling Michael Laudrup as favourite to replace Martinez in the Goodison Park dugout after Eddie Howe’s price was slashed.

“The Bournemouth manager has become joint second-favourite with the bookmakers, alongside Hibernian boss and former Toffees star Alan Stubbs, to take over in the event of the Spaniard leaving Everton.

“David Moyes, Duncan Ferguson, Carlo Ancelotti and Jurgen Klinsmann are also available as speculation mounts regarding the current Everton manager’s future.”

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