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West Ham sign Nathan Holland from Everton

West Ham have signed England Under-19 international Nathan Holland on a three-and-a-half-year deal.

The former Everton youngster has moved to the London Stadium on a deal until 2020. He failed to make a senior appearances for the Toffees after joining the Goodison Park club when he was nine.

"It's amazing, I'm quite gobsmacked to be honest," Holland told the club's official site.

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Man United midfielder set for Everton medical

Morgan Schneiderlin is set to undergo a medical at Everton, Press Association Sport understands.

The 27-year-old midfielder is poised to move from Manchester United to Goodison Park after the clubs agreed a £22million fee and he was pictured arriving at the Toffees' Finch Farm training ground on Wednesday afternoon.

Morgan Schneiderlin is off to Everton. Credit: PA

Schneiderlin moved to Old Trafford from Southampton in a deal worth around £25million in July 2015, but has struggled to make an impact since manager Jose Mourinho's arrival last summer.

The France international now looks set to join former Saints boss Ronald Koeman on Merseyside, with realistic add-ons understood to have been built in that could take the transfer figure to £24million.

Schneiderlin has not started a Premier League game this season and has made just eight appearances under Mourinho.

Lookman completes move to Everton on four-year deal

Lookman has completed a move to Everton. Credit: PA

Everton have announced the signing of Ademola Lookman from Charlton on a four-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee.

The 19-year-old winger described his transfer as a ‘dream move’.

Lookman revealed the chance to develop his game under manager Ronald Koeman was one of the deciding factors in his decision to join the Club.

Lookman said: “It feels great to be an Everton player. As soon as I heard about Everton’s interest I knew this would be the right place for me.

“Everton has a big history and I was also attracted by the manager. When you look at what he did at Southampton, and what he does with young players in terms of developing them, that was a big attraction.

“It was great playing in The Championship last season and for the last six months in League One but I feel like I’m ready to make the step up to the Premier League.”

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