Read Up “Villarreal loaned Arnaut Danjuma to Everton.” An offer for the Toffees that came from AC Milan was turned down by Danjuma.

The timing of this news, which comes six months after he reneged on a move to Goodison Park in favor of Tottenham — where he ultimately started only one game – will strike irony in the hearts of many supporters.

It is anticipated that the transfer will be finalized by the weekend and will be a direct loan with no buy option for the player at Everton.

Villarreal Loaned Arnaut Danjuma To Everton
Villarreal Loaned Arnaut Danjuma To Everton

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Milos Kerkez, a young defender from AZ Alkmaar, has been acquired by Bournemouth for an unknown sum.

The 19-year-old left-back from Hungary has signed a long-term contract to join the Premier League club as its third summer addition after Romain Faivre and Justin Kluivert, who came from Roma and Lyon, respectively.

“He was being tracked by a number of clubs in Europe, but was very keen to join us after hearing about our plans and ambitions for the future,” Bournemouth chief executive Neill Blake said on the club’s official website.

“Milos is an excellent addition to our dynamic squad and we are looking forward to working with him. He is an athletic and attacking full-back.”

The Serbian-born Kerkez joined Alkmaar from AC Milan’s youth team in January 2022 and made 52 appearances across all competitions.

He started the last three of Hungary’s European Championship qualifying matches and made his maiden senior appearance in a victory against Germany in the Nations League in September of last year.


After Leicester was demoted to the Championship, Kelechi Iheanacho is reportedly planning to leave this summer.

The transfer of James Maddison to Tottenham Hotspur has already been completed.

In addition to that, they are getting ready to sell Harvey Barnes to Newcastle in a deal worth £38 million.

The Daily Mail reports that Nigerian forward Iheanacho could be the next player to depart from the club.

They claim that clubs in the Premier League have been informed that the forward who formerly played for Manchester City is available to buy for the right price.

Iheanacho’s contract at the King Power Stadium only has one more year to go before it expires.

There is also a possibility that Wilfred Ndidi, Boubakary Soumare, and Timothy Castagne would leave the Midlands outfit.