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Everton make last ditch move for Onuoha

Everton make last ditch move for Onuoha

Nedum Onuoha did look set to complete a move from Manchester City to QPR as early as today.

However various reports over the internet and in the People newspaper, which has also been picked up on by the Metro, suggest that Everton's interest has turned the head of Onuoha.

Following the sacking of Warnock, new boss Mark Hughes has been given a briefcase full of cash to spend in the January transfer window, with Onuoha being just one of five potential new signings over the next week or so.

Chelsea centre-back Alex, former Evertonian and now Spurs midfielder Steven Pienaar, Fulham striker Bobby Zamora and Birmingham keeper Ben Foster have all been heavily linked with moves to QPR, which shows just how much money is available down at Loftus Road.

But thankfully for us, according to reports anyway, it's all about location, location, location for Onuoha and he would prefer to remain in the north-west, rather than make the move to London.

So, if Everton reach an agreement on the £3million rated defender, then David Moyes could be about to pull the rug from under Hughes's feet.

Or of course it could just be paper talk and he could be unveiled in the Hoops of QPR by lunch-time.

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Writer:Yak
Date:Monday January 23 2012
Time: 10:06AM

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Good luck if you do get him, he's a decent and versatile player. Pity he had to get into bed with Kia Joorabchian, otherwise he might have had a future at City.
fifthcolumnblue
23/01/2012 10:33:00
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Would be a good purchase for the right price, sounds like a lad with high morals and money doesnt seem to be an issue with him (funny coming from a City player), can offer cover across the back 4 and still relatively young for a defender.
Rob-EFC
23/01/2012 11:42:00
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It would be a fine thing if a good young footballer was not attracted to the high life down the smoke. Believe me i have lived in London for 40 yrs now,but for the fact my 3 kids were born here, would have gone back yonks ago . People in the NW are generally a lot friendlier' Any way sticking to football i hope he goes to Everton (Not that there`s alot of football there these days) we do with improving !!!
evertonmandan
23/01/2012 12:08:00
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