Date:Monday July 21 2014
Everton are finally set to land MK Dons midfielder Brendan Galloway.
Back at the start of last month Vital Everton reported that we had been linked with a £4million move for the MK Dons midfielder.
The Daily Mail had reported that Everton could well make a move for 18-year-old over the summer, with the British national newspaper valuing him at £4million.
Galloway, according to our friends over on Vital MK believe that versatility is one of Galloway's assets as he can play in midfield and defence.
Galloway was born in Zimbabwe, but has gone on to represent England at Under 17, Under 18 and Under 19 level.
After becoming the youngest first team player in Milton Keynes Dons' history at 15 years of age, he has made 17 appearances to-date, including 13 appearances last season ending the season with a sending off against Rotherham.
Reports on the transfer then when quiet, before re-emerged a couple of weeks ago before once again going quiet.
The Milton Keynes Citizen had even previously reported that 'Galloway is on the brink' of joining Everton in a 'big money' move, before Galloway failed to join up with MK Dons for pre-season training and wasn't part of their squads trip to Ireland.
Galloway has made it clear that he wants to leave the club and now the Daily Express believe Everton are now 'closing in' on the deal.
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Date:Monday July 21 2014
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