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From Russia with love, again?

Back in June it was reported that Everton were not interested in Spartak Moscow's Aiden McGeady.

Following his move from Wigan to Everton, Roberto Martinez was heavily linked with a move for the Republic of Ireland international.

It later transpired that the only previous connection that the media had to link Everton with a move for McGeady was that Wigan had made an approach for him a year ago.

The fact that at some point Roberto Martinez must have been a fan of the 27-year-old former Celtic winger, was the only link to Everton after a failed 5million approach back in January.

But the Post believed that Martinez was unlikely to rekindle his interest in McGeady and so it proved, as Martinez made a whole host of other signings and didn't make a move for McGeady.

However six months later and one year on from failing to take him to Wigan, The Metro believe that Everton set to sign Aiden McGeady as Spartak Moscow have confirm he can leave the club, with his current contract due to expire at the end of the season.

In November McGeady revealed that he had rejected a new contract offer at Spartak and targeted a move to a Premier League club and that has now been confirmed by the Russian side.

'Everything is fine with McGeady - he is in England with his family at the moment, He was offered a contract extension by us, but he has refused it. He did it for family reasons, because his wife and children have not adapted to Moscow.' said Spartak`s sporting director Roman Askhabadze.

He continued: 'In the next transfer window, if we get an offer for McGeady, he will go.`

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Date:Monday December 16 2013

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