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Everton latest transfer news including Amadou Onana

The club recently confirmed the signing of up-and-comer Amadou Onana, but he is yet to replace Brazilian forward Richarlison.

There are still some big holes in the Toffees squad that need to be filled when Everton start the 2022/2023 season.

Everton are patiently waiting as long as the club looks to bounce back from a tough 2021/2022 season. Lampard has already signed some sharp players to his squad and hopes to get off to a better start to the season.

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The recent additions of Conor Cody and James Turkowski will help an injury-plagued defense.

The Toffees team will definitely be lighter and less bloated this season with seven players walking out the door. Lampard has a month left to focus on key areas and the recent acquisition of Lille midfielder Amadouonana is certainly a step in the right direction.

When did the summer transfer market open?

The summer transfer windows for Premier League and English Football League (EFL) clubs, as well as Scottish League clubs, opened on Friday 10 June 2022.

When does the summer transfer market close?

With no major international tournaments interfering in this transfer market, clubs will be competing for:

The Summer Transfer Market ends at 11:00 PM on Thursday 1 September 2022 and will not resume until 1 January 2023.

Who left Everton in the summer transfer window?

Richarlison joins Tottenham in deal worth up to £60m

Everton have seen a huge list of players leaving the club this summer.

The forward’s 10 goals were crucial to Everton’s Premier League survival as star striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed most of the Premier League season through injury.

Cenk Tusan, Fabian Delph and Gylfi Sigurðsson cost the club a combined £82 million. They all left for free this summer.

Defender Johnjoe Kenny joins Hertha BSC for free

Delph and Sigurdsson both left Eveton as free agents. Delph’s contract expired on 30 June and Sigurdsson was released by the club this summer after playing his last game in May 2021.

The full list of players leaving the club and the fees received (if applicable) are as follows:

  • Richarlison, Tottenham Hotspur, £52m
  • Cenk Tusan, Beşiktaş JK, free transfer
  • Jonjoe Kenny, Hertha BSC, free transfer
  • Fabian Delph, free agent
  • Gilfi Sigurdsson, free agent

Who has ever joined Everton in the summer window?

James Tarkowski joins Everton on a free transfer from relegated Burnley

Everton’s first signing of the summer was former Burnley defender James Turkowski. Free transfers are clever business for Lampard, as he has made 194 appearances in the Premier League and is still on the right side of 30 games.

He has also loaned Ruben Vinagre from Sporting Lisbon to provide much-needed cover for Mikolenko at left-back.

Former Burnley midfielder Dwight McNeill will join Tuffy for an undisclosed fee. The winger started all 38 games for the Clarets last season, scoring seven goals and providing 17 assists during his tenure.

Dwight McNeill Signs From Burnery For An Undisclosed Fee

Everton have signed Wolves defender Conor Cody on a season loan. The Merseyside-born defender has lost credibility with Wolves manager Bruno his large despite serving as the club’s captain for four years.

Everton quickly hijacked Lille and Belgian star Amadou Onana’s £33m deal after personal terms broke down with West Ham last week. You may appear in any of the roles.

Everton complete deal for Amadou Onana for £33m

Here is the full list of players joining the club and the fees spent (if applicable):

  • james turkowski, burnley, free transfer
  • Ruben Gonzalo da Silva Nascimento Vinagre, Sporting Lisbon, season loan
  • Dwight McNeil, Burnley, Undisclosed Price
  • Conor Cody, Wolverhampong Wanderers, season loan
  • Amadou Onana, LOSC reel, £33m