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SportEverton hit with transfer ban and fine

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

Tosun expected to re-join Besiktas

Tosun expected to re-join Besiktas Everton are expecting striker Cenk Tosun to re-join Besiktas in the January transfer window. According to TalkSport, Tosun is set to sign for Besiktas again – just one year after leaving the Turkish side to sign for Everton. Tosun has struggled for form this season at Everton, scoring twice in 12 appearances in all competitions. He recently scored in Everton’s win over Crystal Palace, but has found himself on the bench with Richarlison starting up front. The report claims that Marco Silva has already identified a replacement for Tosun, in the form of Godsway Donyoh. The former Manchester City striker currently plays for FC Nordsjaelland, where he has scored seven goals in 11 games this season. Donyoh failed to make a senior appearance for Manchester City, and could now find his Premier League chance with Everton if he makes the move in the next transfer window.

The latest on Everton transfers . Read transfer news and rumours, and get the details on done deals Everton manager Marco Silva says it is too early to talk about the January transfer window and is completely Anthony Martial has hit form at exactly the right time for Manchester United.

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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.

Dortmund looking to snap up young Everton star.
Borussia Dortmund have set their sights on signing Everton’s 17-year-old midfielder Anthony Gordon. Dortmund are looking to add Gordon to their ranks to partner English international Jadon Sancho, who has been making a name for himself in the Bundesliga this season. Gordon, who performs best when playing as an attacking midfielder, made his professional debut for Everton when he featured in the Europa League last December against Apollon Limassol. The Mail Online are also reporting that Arsenal are joining Dortmund in expressing an interest in signing the youngster. Gordon, who turns 18 in February, has now found himself as a regular in England’s U18s set up, picking up eight caps so far. This would not be the first time Everton have done transfer business with a Bundesliga club with Ademola Lookman making the move to RB Leipzig on loan last season during Sam Allardyce’s time in charge.

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