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Everton protests growing

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 By PA Sport

John Stones' transfer request rejected, says Everton chairman Bill Kenwright

Everton have rejected a transfer request from defender John Stones.

The 21-year-old's request, which was submitted on Tuesday, was rejected by manager Roberto Martinez before the club released a statement by Everton chairman Bill Kenwright.

Kenwright said in the statement on the club's website: "Everton Football Club has rejected a transfer request from John Stones.

"Since the start of the transfer window, we have resolutely turned down offers from another Premier League football club for our player.

"John...

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Chelsea target John Stones starts, as Everton come back to beat Barnsley

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Romelu Lukaku got Everton back into the game late on.

Everton were almost shocked by League One side Barnsley in the Capital One Cup but rallied to win 5-3 in extra-time as they started John Stones against his former club, despite the defender having handed in a transfer request.

Stones, who began his career at Barnsley, has been the subject of three bids from Chelsea and told Everton earlier this week that he wants to leave during the transfer window.

However, he could do nothing about Barnsley's attack on Wednesday night as Sam Winnall found acres...

Everton must stick to not-for-sale stance with Stones

ESPN FC's Brian McBride thinks a move to Chelsea might be a little premature for young defender John Stones, saying Everton is the perfect environment to learn.

John Stones handing in a transfer request is the hammer set to smash a giant hole in Everton's season. For a squad still short on quality and a fan base accustomed to quality players putting Goodison Park in their rear view, the exit of Stones is a painful prospect and an idea that the club should not entertain at this stage.

The club stance, largely on the back of the recent television deals, is that the books are balanced and Everton are no longer a selling club, which is something manager...