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Big-money moves ‘highly unlikely' at Everton this summer - Echo

1 month ago   |   By 101 Great Goals

The Liverpool Echo have recently provided some insight into how the COVID-19 pandemic is set to impact Everton's transfer plans.
Football hit hard by COVID-19
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which has, as of Sunday the 24 th of May, infected just over 260,000 people in the UK, caused major disruption to sport in England over the lasts several months.
The Premier League has been suspended since the 13 th of March with an official return date for the 2019/20 campaign yet to be set in stone.
With no top-flight football being played in England since mid-March and with the prospect of fans not...
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