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Everton manager Roberto Martinez has confirmed a deal is close for Anderlecht teenager David Henen as the Spaniard looks to bolster the club's youth ranks.
The 18-year-old Belgian will go into the under-21 squad once his reported £1.5million move has been done.
– Roberto Martinez speaking to the Liverpool Echo
It is in the process of being completed.
He's a young, talented footballer who represents Belgium in the lower teams, in the under-18s and has had good experience in going to France.
He is a bright boy and we feel he is something different that we haven't got in the under-21s so we are hoping he is going to be giving us something different in that group.
We want a strong group. We have already got talented and very interesting footballers and I think David can fit in really well in that environment.
Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia hopes to finalise a move to Lazio "as soon as possible".
The 27-year-old midfielder, who in January reached an agreement to leave Brussels this summer, has attracted the interest of several Serie A clubs, including Coppa Italia winners Lazio.
– Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia speaking to La Repubblica
Everything is done with Lazio. I can't wait to get to Italy, I'm just waiting on the all-clear from a medical.
I hope to be there as soon as possible. I'm ready to impress and Lazio is the perfect club for me.
I've won everything in the Jupiler League and so moving to a superior championship is the next logical step.
Most of all it's a move that boosts my chances of getting into the national team for next year's World Cup in Brazil.
New Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to make Anderlecht skipper Lucas Biglia his first signing at a cost of around £8 million, but faces stiff competition from Liverpool, Arsenal and West Ham, writes the Daily Mirror.
Sir Alex Ferguson is looking to add another promising young midfielder to his ranks, this time in the former of Anderlecht's Dennis Praet, with Manchester United scouts following the Belgian's progress. (Metro)