Everton manager Roberto Martinez says Chelsea winger Christian Atsu will sign for the club tomorrow.
Martinez says a deal has been agreed between the two clubs and Atsu is likely to join on a season-long loan.
The Ghana international spent last season on loan at Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem.
Everton have completed the signing of Romelu Lukaku for a club record fee of £28million.
The Chelsea striker spent last season on loan at Everton, scoring 16 goals.
The club made the announcement at a press conference this evening.
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Everton have completed the permanent signing of Gareth Barry after the midfielder signed a three-year deal.
The 33-year-old spent last season on loan at Goodison Park and became an integral figure for manager Roberto Martinez, making 36 appearances.
Barry was out of contract after his deal with Manchester City expired and had been considering a number of offers but has decided to make his stay with the Toffees a longer-term arrangement, with the contract announced on the club's website.
The former England international is Martinez's first signing of the summer as the Spaniard looks to bolster his squad with possibly six new arrivals as he prepares for the additional demands of a Europa League campaign.
Everton in the Community Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Chief Executive of Everton Football Club, Dr Denise Barrett-Baxendale, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
She's being awarded a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for “services to the Merseyside community”.
Since her appointment, the official charity of Everton Football Club has received a plethora of local, national and international awards in recognition of the life-changing work it undertakes in the community on a daily basis.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says he won't predict his team's league position, as "99% of the predictions are wrong".
Martinez's side comfortably beat Manchester United 2-0, on David Moyes's first visit to Goodison Park since leaving to take charge of United.
Manchester United coach Phil Neville says he feels Everton are starting to crack under the pressure of being in the hunt for Champions League qualification.
Neville will return to Goodison Park on Sunday for the first time since he left Everton to join the Man United backroom staff under David Moyes.
After coming through the youth ranks as part of the famed 'Class of '92', Neville went on to enjoy 10 successful years on the United playing staff before he joined Everton in 2005.
Neville was captain of the Merseyside club, but there is no doubt where his true loyalties lie.
Neville believes Everton's 3-2 defeat against Crystal Palace on Wednesday shows that they are struggling to cope with the demands of being touted as a serious top-four contender.
"Everton were the team that were in control of their own destiny but it's a different kind of pressure when you have to go out there and win games so Everton are under that pressure now," Neville told Football Focus.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says David Moyes will be shown respect from the fans when he returns to Goodison Park for the first time as Manchester United manager on Sunday.
Moyes was in charge at Everton for more than ten years when he left last summer to join United, with Martinez leaving Wigan to replace him.