Everton: 25-man Premier League squad list

Everton have ambitions of a top four finish

Everton have registered their 25-man Premier League squad list.

The Toffees have brought in a few players over the summer, most notably Romelu Lukaku and Gareth Barry who have signed permanent deals having played on loan last season.

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Roberto Martinez enjoyed a fine first season in charge at Goodison Park, and after finishing fifth, will hope to go one better this term and secure Champions League football.

All Premier League squads must submit a 25-man squad of players that can be used during the season.

 

No club can have more than 17 players who are ineligible for 'Home Grown Player' status, however as many Under-21 players as they like can be named, over and above the limit of 25 players.

Home grown players are those who have been registered with any club tied to the FA for three whole seasons or 36 months prior to their 21st birthday. It does not have to have been in one continuous stretch.

The 25-man squad cannot be changed again until the transfer window reopens on 1 January 2015, however emergency loans and free agent signings can be added before then.

 

EVERTON SQUAD

25 squad players (* = Home grown)

Alcaraz, Antolin

*Baines, Leighton John

*Barry, Gareth

Besic, Muhamed

Coleman, Seamus

Distin, Sylvain

Eto'o Fils, Samuel

*Gibson, Darron Thomas Daniel

*Hibbert, Anthony James

Howard, Timothy Matthew

*Jagielka, Philip Nikodem

Kone, Arouna

*McAleny, Conor Michael

*McCarthy, James

McGeady, Aiden John

Mirallas Y Castillo, Kevin Antonio Joel Gislain

Naismith, Steven John

*Osman, Leon

Oviedo Jimenez, Bryan Josue

Pienaar, Steven

Robles Blazquez, Joel

Santos da Silva Junior, Francisco

Twasam, Christian Atsu

 

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Bainbridge, Jack

Barkley, Ross

Birch, Arlen Tom

Brewster, Delial Edmund

Broadhead, Nathan Paul

Browning, Tyias

Byrne, Sam John

Charsley, Henry William James

Connolly, Callum Alexander

Davies, Thomas

Donohue, Michael John

Dowell, Kieran O'neil

Duffus, Courtney

Duffus, Tyrone Errol

Dyson, Calum William

Edge, Charley Joseph

Galloway, Brendan Joel Zibusiso

Garbutt, Luke

Graham, Aidan James

Grant, Conor James

Green, George William

Griffiths, Russell John

Henen, David Boris Philippe

Hewelt, Mateusz Tomasz

Holland, Nathan Elliot

Hope, Hallam Robert

Hunt, Connor Charles

Jones, Gethin Wynne

Kennedy, Matthew

Kenny, Jon Joe

Langton, Curtis John

Ledson, Ryan Graham

Long, Christopher

Lukaku, Romelu Menama

Lundstram, John David

McLaughlin, Ben Padraic

Mellen, Jamie David

Myers, Spencer Richard

Newell, George Stephen

O'loughlin, Ciaran Patrick

Pennington, Matthew

Robinson, Antonee

Stanek, Jindrich

Stones, John

Thorniley, Jordan

Walsh, Liam

Williams, Joseph Michael

Yarney, Josef Charles

Yates, James John

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