read up on the bulgarian method if you want to train everyday. you still wont be able to do their volume as O lifts have no eccentric motion and powerlifting does.
if i were to do a 7 day split for powerlifting here is one way to do it:
sun - ME bench
mon - ME Squats
tue - RE work on weak links and extra conditioning
wed - DE Bench
thur - DE squats
fri - bench skill work & overhead pressing
sat - squat skill work, low weight, low reps, low sets, just grease the groove
not perfect but an example of what can be done.
and i dont mean to be rude, but do you not have other interests or hobbies or a girlfriend/wife or something. i just cant imagine being in the gym every day. i am a single father with a career and a 110yr old house im remodeling. add in a girlfriend and hobbies and i struggle to make 3 workouts a week. i dont even have time for many things i enjoy i cant imagine giving up more to workout more.
the only times in my life where i worked out 6-7 days a week is when i was a trainer at a gym and i was there everyday anyways. or when i was in high school sports and did endurance swimming. i needed the volume to get ahead. but i had almost no outside interests at the time either.
nothing wrong with being active and working a lot. just dont become so obsessive that you lose out on other things in life.