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Bily set for Premier League return

Bily set for Premier League return

Could Everton fans once again see Diniyar Bilyaletdinov grace the Premier League?

Everton made quite a significant financial loss on the Russian when he left Goodison Park in January 2012.

Just two-and-a-half years previously Everton had spent £8,900,000 but he went on to make only 33 Premier League starts before departing for Spartak Moscow for around £5million.

Rinat Bilyaletdinov (Diniyar's father) told Russian news network RIA Novosti that his son had stagnated under David Moyes and criticised the former boss on how he handled creative players.

So how has Bily done since not being held back by Moyes?

Well the 29-year-old has continued to struggle, he's been out on loan to Anzhi where he and his team-mates were relegated.

Spartak`s asking price sits at €1.5 million, with Crystal Palace happy to match the price and offer his a two-year-deal.

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Writer:Yak
Date:Monday June 9 2014
Time: 9:00AM

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