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Everton linked with two new signings

It's the end of November, so that must mean it's time for the transfer window rumour mill to start to build up momentum.

After David Moyes was busy during the summer with various movements both in and out of Goodison Park it will be interesting to see if the January transfer window proves to be just as busy or if we will quietly continue with our work considering we've had such a decent start to the season.

Tim Cahill has already been linked with a loan move back to Everton from Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls while the British media have also linked us with two other possible signings.

The first is England Under-19s international John Stones.

The Barnsley right-back has been tracked by Everton's scouting system throughout the season where the 18-year-old has made 15 Championship appearances so far this season.

The other possible target is winger Moudou Sougou.

The 27-year-old currently plays for Romanian club CFR Cluj and is valued at 2million.

The Daily Mail believe ourselves, QPR, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle have shown an interest recently, especially after he impressed against Manchester United in the Champions League.

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Writer: Yak Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 21 2012

Time: 11:16AM

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As much as I love Cahill, think the ship as sailed, no way will he displace Fellaini in that attacking role now, and he does not suit our system of play anymore. Interesting to see a right back and winger linked, we could do with one of each (not the biggest fan of Coleman) however, the priority has to be a central midfielder, we are desperate for a quality deep lying midfielder.
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