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John Stones transfer request was a mistake - Roberto Martinez

Everton manager, Roberto Martinez, discusses the end of John Stones transfer saga and their new addition, Ramiro Funes Mori.

Everton defender John Stones did not want to put in a transfer request, but felt under "massive pressure" with Chelsea bidding for his services, manager Roberto Martinez has said.

Stones, 21, was the subject of three bids of £20 million, £26m and £30m rejected, but Everton have held firm and insisted that the youngster is not for sale.

The defender, who has a contract at Goodison Park until 2019, put in a transfer request last week but Martinez maintains that he made a mistake.

"Obviously...

 By Chris Wright

Everton fans serenade Chelsea target John Stones with Beatles chant

With his transfer saga very much looking as though it's going to rumble on till deadline day, it's probably safe to say that most Everton fans have had their fill of hearing about Chelsea's protracted pursuit of John Stones.

Indeed, the Toffees faithful sent a musical message out to the Chelsea top brass before Saturday's game against Tottenham at White Hart Lane, with the travelling hordes adopting a Beatles classic to send a musical message to Roman Abramovich.

However, thanks to a bit of cunning...

By ESPN Staff
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Klinsmann: I'm pleased Altidore is scoring goals

Jurgen Klinsmann talks about his choices for the US squad ahead of their clash with Brazil next month, as well as explaining his decision to make long-time US goalkeeper Tim Howard his second choice after newcomer Brad Guzan.

John Stones composed amid Chelsea links but Everton lack creative spark

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says John Stones may yet make a move to Chelsea in the transfer window.

John Stones' committed performance in Everton's 0-0 draw at Tottenham was a fine way to draw a line under his transfer saga involving Chelsea.

The travelling support at White Hart Lane were at their witty best on Saturday, revelling in an inventive adaptation of a Beatles classic and informing Chelsea: "Money can't buy you Stones."

And yet while Stones showed his mind is focused on Everton, Roberto Martinez has plenty to ponder with the rest of his side.

Goalkeeper Tim Howard -- an unfamiliar hero...