The 23-year-old Swiss forward recently trained with the club from which he joined the Blues two-and-a-half years ago and did enough to persuade them to take him for the coming season.
It will be Tarashaj's second loan spell since signing for Everton. He spent a largely unconvincing period with Eintracht Frankfurt before suffering a serious knee injury last year that required surgery.
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1 Posted 19/07/2018 at 17:29:54
And he got a 4-year deal that runs through June 2020!!! Which presumably explains why we couldn't persuade anyone to match his no-doubt bloated wage deal.
At least we can cross off another name from that bloated first-team squad.
2 Posted 19/07/2018 at 17:44:24
Every club makes bad buys (Fergie and Wenger). We're just crap on moving these no marks to gullible idiots down the M62. It's a shame Moyes quit Sunderland really.
3 Posted 19/07/2018 at 19:02:53
Guillem Plessis, Jao Silva, Anderson da Silva, Francisco Junior, Apostolos Vellios, Magaye Gueye, and so on.
4 Posted 19/07/2018 at 19:20:58
5 Posted 20/07/2018 at 05:46:39
6 Posted 20/07/2018 at 08:22:23
Read the post again mate!
Cahill and Arteta weren't teenagers or that young and they had both played in the British League prior to joining.
Gana we signed as a 26-year-old from that foreign club Aston Villa?
Dacourt was a untried 19-year-old when we signed him? No.
Mustafi never made it at Everton, nor did Dier, so I don't know how that constitutes as a successful signing for Everton?
Fellaini the main real young player (20) but it was easy to see from his Standard Liege performances especially against Liverpool that he had bags of potential and nuisance factor.
7 Posted 20/07/2018 at 10:42:55
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