- Wed May 23 10:45 PM
The former England captain flew to the US with his representatives on Wednesday for what will be a first proper look at MLS outift DC United.
- Wed May 23 6:45 PM
has been pictured at Miami airport on his way to Washington for talks with MLS side DC United and is set for a medical on Thursday.
- Wed May 23 5:06 PM
Marcel Brands has outlined the importance of appointing a new head coach before he arrrives at Goodison Park as director of football in June. Brands wants the new boss to be forward thinking.
- Wed May 23 9:26 AM
is 'due in Washington on Thursday for a medical and meetings with DC United club officials' ahead of his move from Everton to the MLS.
- Tue May 22 10:31 PM
Everton's new sporting director Marcel Brands will meet Marco Silva before the end of the week to discuss terms about the vacant manager’s job.
- Mon May 21 4:48 PM
Everton's Gylfi Sigurdsson
has been named in the Iceland squad for next month's World Cup in Russia despite the midfielder missing the end of the league season with a knee injury.
- Sun May 20 10:30 PM
Goodison chief Farhad Moshiri is confident that any issues with Silva's old club Watford can be resolved first, but is prepared to give him the job anyway.
- Sat May 19 10:30 PM
It is understood talks Marco Silva have concluded satisfactorily and previous threats from Silva’s former club Watford to demand compensation are not an obstacle to the appointment.
- Fri May 18 10:31 PM
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Wayne Rooney
, who is still deciding whether to accept an offer from DC United, has an open-ended invitation to return to Everton afterwards.
- Fri May 18 8:43 AM
Former Everton boss and assistants Graeme Jones and Richard Evans have all signed new deals until 2020, though Thierry Henry's long-term future with the Red Devils remains unclear.
- Thu May 17 11:04 AM
Sacked Everton manager Sam Allardyce admits he was disappointed at his dismissal but says he knew it was coming after reading media reports. The 63-year-old spent less than six months in charge.
- Thu May 17 9:33 AM
5 POINTS: Why Man City can be compared to the Invincibles) if you were watching) plus, the 'my team is better than your team' argument again, more on Moore and a bit of Rooney and Shelvey.