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Defoe linked with Everton

Defoe linked with Everton

Jermain Defoe has been linked with a move away from Spurs, with Goodison Park suggested as a likely destination.

The majority of the time as Evertonians you get a gut instinct on these rumours and this one sounds highly unlikely to me.

Obviously we lack firepower since letting go Jermaine Beckford and The Yak and the thought of James McFadden pulling on an Everton shirt again doesn't exactly send the pulses racing.

So without a shadow of doubt, David Moyes would snatch Harry Redknapp's hand off (get well soon by the way) for the striker who has dropped down the pecking order behind, former Spurs hate figure Emmanuel Adebayor.

But with an £8million asking-price, Clubcall are probably well off the mark, more depressingly the suggestion that a move to either Sunderland or QPR are far more realistic as they at least have the finances to compete for the England striker.

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Writer:Yak
Date:Thursday November 3 2011
Time: 10:37AM

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No chance, we dont have 8mil. End of story
Rob-EFC
03/11/2011 10:50:00
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It’s a shame you guys are skint as I think he would do well for you. He’s pretty much what you seem to be missing. He’s a decent striker but I think most spurs fans would be 50-50 about him leaving, can score a goal out of nothing but then does sod all for the next 80 mins. Maybe it’s just us spuds that set our expectations too high. Still have to give you lot credit, always top half of the table considering you’ve spent about a fiver in the last 5 years. Good Job David Moyes has a soft spot for you, think you’d be in trouble if he left.
hudderspur
03/11/2011 11:23:00
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We might have the 8 Mill in January Rob but personally I can't see Moyes putting all his eggs in one basket. Anyway I would much prefer Pavluchenko. In all reality this money we are supposed to be getting in January from Arteta's late sale (we didn't have time to buy anyone...) is probably a myth and if these talks of investment come to fruition then do you really think old Kenwrong will put the money back into the club? I doubt it. I honestly can't stand Rednapp but I wouldn't wish ill health on anyone so get well soon old scrotum face!
TheColonel23
03/11/2011 13:01:00
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Defoe would be class,a better version of beckford and would put some goals away for us.
Bez the blue
03/11/2011 23:06:00
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