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Everton round-up: Tosun happy at the club, Danish youngster signs and staff member to leave

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Everton round-up: Tosun happy at the club, Danish youngster signs and staff member to leave

A selection of the latest news and gossip from Everton.

Striker happy at Goodison Park

Turkish frontman Cenk Tosun has told the Turkish media outlet, Fanatik, that he is happy at Everton.

The 27-year-old has struggled for game time this season scoring just three goals for the club.

He doesn’t seem to be fancied too much by boss Marco Silva, but Tosun is still happy at the club.

He told Fanatik: “I’m not coming back to Turkey. I’m so happy at Everton. I want to be here for a long time. For my homeland, I want to make the flag proud.”

Tosun is contracted at Goodison Park until 2022 and cost Everton £27 million, according to Sky Sports.

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Youngster signs for Everton

The Blues have completed the signing of Danish starlet Sebastian Kristensen from Lyngby Boldklub.

A 16-year-old, Lyngby confirmed the transfer on their official website.

 

The youngster will link-up with the club’s under-18 outfit ahead of next season and coming from Lyngby he will boast some potential.

TheDanish outfit helped nurture the likes of Yussuf Poulsen, Emre Mor and Frederik Sorensen.

Everton already boasts a glittering youth academy and Kristensen will only enhance the plethora of top-class youngsters at the club

Key staff member, to depart?

Some worrying news is emerging from the Daily Mail, who suggest that Everton chief scout Martyn Glover could be set to leave for Southampton.

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Glover has been part of the recruitment team at Goodison Park since 2016 having joined from Sunderland.

Southampton want to make Glover their Head of Recruitment so the departure would represent a promotion for the Bury-born staff member.

If appointed, Glover will support Southampton director of football Ross Wilson at St Mary’s Stadium.

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