Chelsea start selling, offer for Gallagher

After chaining one bad news after another in recent days, Everton start the week with another face. Or at least with a new one. Lyou toffees have presented Sean Dyche as the new tenant of the local Goodison Park bench. The English coach, free after being sacked by Burnley last year, has signed a contract for the next two and a half seasons (until 2025) with the Liverpool team. Whoever will act as a substitute for Frank Lampard at the helm of Everton will have the difficult task of reversing the team’s complicated sporting situation: the toffees They are penultimate in the Premier League with 15 points, two of the places that mark salvation. A journey as an Everton coach that does not start in the best way, and that is that the toffees are measured this weekend at Arsenal, current leader of the Premier League.

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Sean Dyche arrives at Goodison Park endorsed by his extensive experience on the benches of English football. The Englishman spent almost 10 seasons in command of the Claretsuntil his dismissal during 2021/2022, before Burnley ended up relegating to the Championship. The new Everton manager has been entrusted with the same mission as his predecessor just a year ago: to save the team. And it is that Frank Lampard was hired on January 31, 2022 to avoid relegation. Now it will be Sean Dyche’s turn to copy, or even improve, the work of his compatriot. Although for this, This will not be able to count on several key players in the miracle toffee from 2021/2022. Among them, Anthony Gordonwhose transfer to Newcastle was made official the day before the Liverpool club announced the signing of Sean Dyche.

Quick reinvestment by Gordon

The controversial departure of the youth squad toffeesdespite the fact that it was not wanted by the Liverpool club, has left more than 50 million euros in its coffers. From England they confirmed that the transfer was closed for a figure of 40 million fixed pounds and another 5 million in variables. An amount that Everton is willing to invest before the winter transfer market closes. As reported exclusively Fabrizio Romano, the toffees they would have made an offer of 40 million pounds (and 5 million in variables) to Chelsea to take Conor Gallagher. That is to say, the same amount received for the signing of Anthony Gordon to Newcastle.

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“Chelsea will make a decision soon, as there are also other clubs interested in Conor Gallagher”adds the Italian journalist. Although, according to what they say from England, the player wants to stay at Stamford Bridge, the multiple incorporations made by the London team during the month of January would open the door for the English midfielder to leave. Nevertheless, Conor Gallagher had earned the trust of manager Graham Potter in recent games, chaining two consecutive starts against Crystal Palace and Liverpool.

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