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SportEverton hit with transfer ban and fine

19:16  08 november  2018
19:16  08 november  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Everton preparing swoop for Vardy

Everton preparing swoop for Vardy Everton are preparing a swoop for Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy in the January transfer window. According to The Mirror, via The BBC, Everton are potentially looking to profit on Vardy’s tense relationship with Claude Puel. Vardy is reportedly frustrated with the French boss after he dropped him for Leicester’s clash with West Ham in the Premier League. The report claims that Everton will look to make their move on Vardy if the situation remains unchanged. Vardy has scored three goals in five Premier League appearances this season, after netting 20 league goals last season. Since joining Leicester in 2012, Vardy has scored 92 goals in 240 games for the club, 65 of which came in the Premier League. Everton are looking to freshen up their attacking options and want a new striker to lead their line, with Vardy being a potential target.

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Everton hit with transfer ban and fine © Jan Kruger/Getty Images Sport Everton FC v Fulham FC - Premier League

Everton have been handed a two-year transfer ban from signing acedemy players following allegations of tapping up.

Paul Joyce reports that Everton have been given a ban and a hefty fine worth £500,000 for their actions.

It had suggested for some time that Everton could be punished for their actions after trying to sign a schoolboy from Cardiff City which breached regulations for the transfer of minors.

Allegations against Everton date back to 2016, according to reports, but the Premier League have now taken action.

The news will come as a huge blow to Everton, who in recent years have become known for their ability to swoop up some of the best young talents.

As a club, Everton have notoriously been one of the more willing when it comes to giving youngsters a chance within the first-team set-up, but their hopes of bringing through future talent have been dealt a huge blow following the news of a transfer ban.

Everton open talks with Manchester United over Marcos Rojo transfer.
Everton have opened talks with Manchester United over a possible January move for defender Marcos Rojo, according to reports. The Argentinan international has become a forgotten man at Old Trafford and Jose Mourinho is willing to let him leave in order to raise funds so he can sign another central defender. Everton reportedly made an approach for Rojo in the summer, before deciding to withdraw their interest to focus on a deal to sign Yerry Mina. However, it looks like the Blues will now make another attempt to bring the 28-year-old to Goodison Park. With Phil Jagielka coming to the end of his Everton career and with Chelsea unwilling to let Kurt Zouma make his loan switch to the Blues a permanent deal, Marco Silva is looking for defensive reinforcements and Rojo looks to be the man he has in his sights. Rojo can also play as a full-back and would provide more strength in depth to Silva, so it makes sense for the Blues to make a move for him.

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