Spain's Sandro Ramirez, left, and Italy's Mattia Caldara vie for the ball, during the Euro Under 21 semifinal soccer match between Italy and Spain, at the Krakow Stadium, Poland, Tuesday, June 27, 2017. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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Everton, once known as England's Bank of England club, are returning to their high-spending ways by becoming Europe's heaviest spenders in the transfer window.Other arrivals include Ajax midfielder Davy Klaassen (23 million pounds), Sunderland goalkeeper Jordan Pickford (25 million pounds) and Henry Onyekuru (6.8 million pounds, the Eupen striker who was immediately loaned out to another Belgian side Anderlecht.Everton also signed Malaga's Spain U-21 striker Sandro Ramirez for a fee of 5.2 million pounds Monday and have been linked with a possible move for former player Wayne Rooney.Broadcaster Sky Sports reported that Keane, 24, underwent a medical at Everton's Finch Farm training center Monday following three successful seasons at Burnley, who he joined from boyhood club Manchester United.
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