Everton manager Marco Silva will not consider deadline day signings Bernard, Yerry Mina or Andre Gomes when he takes his side to Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday evening, according to BBC Sport.
The Toffees boss was busy on the final day of the transfer window, bringing those three players to the club, while also securing a loan deal for Kurt Zouma which was confirmed on Friday.
The Chelsea defender will not feature at Molineux either, as Everton get their latest Premier League campaign underway against the new boys who won the Championship in fine style last season.
Silva will have two new Toffees signings available for the trip, with Richarlison and Lucas Digne both in the travelling party and ready to make their competitive debuts for the club.
The former Watford winger has already impressed for Everton in pre-season, but all eyes will be on him to see if he can bring an extra element to the attacking play of the Goodison Park outfit away from home.
It is not yet known whether France international Digne will start the game, or whether he will be on the bench. It appears that Leighton Baines is on his way out at Everton, or in the swansong of his career there at the very least, but the former Barcelona left-back has not been on Merseyside for long and could be short of fitness to play the full match.
Silva is expected to restore Jordan Pickford in goal after the England stopper missed pre-season, as he was on holiday after his World Cup heroics for Gareth Southgate’s men.
The Everton keeper featured in every game for the Three Lions in Russia, and was given an extended rest on his return from the tournament. He returned to training earlier this week and is set to start between the sticks in the evening clash.