The international break sees many Premier League stars clocking up the air miles this week.
Few more so than Everton's Yannick Bolasie. He's making the six thousand mile round trip to Guinea, hoping to lead Congo to victory in their World Cup qualifier.
But before heading to the airport, he managed to squeeze in a visit to Toxteth for a kickabout with local kids.
Chris Hall can explain why.
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It looks like new Everton boss Ronald Koeman is excited about his move to Merseyside. The Dutchman has wasted no time in giving his official Twitter page a makeover.
The former Southampton manager has signed a three year deal at Goodison Park, and takes over from Roberto Martinez who was sacked earlier this year.
Ronald Koeman has agreed a deal with Everton to become their new manager, his agent has reportedly told Dutch media.
Agent Rob Jansen said, according to the popular Voetbal International website, that it was now down to Southampton and Everton to agree a compensation package for the Dutchman, who has a year remaining on his contract at St Mary's.
Manuel Pellegrini, Unai Emery and Frank de Boer were all linked with the Everton job which became vacant when Roberto Martinez was sacked last month.
Jansen is quoted as saying: "We have reached an agreement with Everton. Now it is up to the clubs."
This season Koeman steered Southampton to sixth-place finish in the Barclays Premier League.
Detectives investigating the fatal shooting of Mark Hillman in Everton on 27 April 2016 have this morning arrested a man on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder.
The 20-year-old from Everton has been taken into custody where he will be questioned by detectives from the force's Matrix Serious Organised Crime unit.
Merseyside Police has confirmed the name of a victim who died after a shooting in Everton yesterday, Wednesday April 27, as Mark Thomas Hillman, 26, from the Kirkdale area.
A post mortem examination will take place today to establish the cause of death.