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Man City prepared to offer Everton Bony, Navas and Mangala for Stones

ESPN FC's Craig Burley thinks Pep Guardiola will build his team around Man City's current attacking talents.

The winter window might have shut, but the rumour mill rolls on. As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip. See the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Man City to offer three players for Stones

According to the Mirror, Manchester City are ready to send Wilfried Bony, Jesus Navas and Eliaquim Mangala to Goodison Park in hopes of getting their hands on John Stones. The Sky Blues are launching an ambitious bid to lure the talented centre-back...

Everton fail to find a way through West Brom's well-organised defence

Salomon Rondon's goal in the 14th minute was enough to lead West Brom past Everton at Goodison Park.
Tony Pulis believes West Brom defeated one of the Premier League's five best squads Saturday in their win at Everton.

A poorly defended set piece, resolute visitors sitting on their lead, Everton gradually running out of ideas, baffling substitutions, this 1-0 defeat to West Brom could have been almost any home game in the past two seasons.

Statistics show possession dominated and shots fired in at will, but the quality was not there, clear-cut chances were at a premium and attempts on goal alternated between wayward and speculative. Not until a late piece of Ross Barkley invention did the home side carve open...

Roberto Martinez: Everton dominated but lacked luck against West Brom

Tony Pulis believes West Brom defeated one of the Premier League's five best squads Saturday in their win at Everton.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez said his side had deserved better after dominating their home game against West Brom only to lose 1-0.

After back-to-back 3-0 league wins, Everton appeared to have turned a corner -- but the spotlight was back on Martinez after their sixth home defeat of the season.

The Toffees now have the worst home defensive record in Europe's top five leagues, and their manager could not offer much in the way of an excuse.

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"We have conceded too many goals," he said. "Today, that...