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Fabian Delph joins Everton training camp ahead of move from Manchester City | Football News

Last Updated: 15/07/19 8:11pm

Fabian Delph is close to a £9m move to Everton

Fabian Delph is close to a £9m move to Everton

Fabian Delph is close to a £9m move to Everton

Fabian Delph has joined Everton’s training camp in Switzerland as he moves closer to a move to the club, Sky Sports News understands.

Everton are in talks over a £9m move for the Manchester City midfielder, who has been at the Etihad for four years.

Delph was not part of the City squad that flew to China for their pre-season tour on Monday and looks to have played his last game for the Premier League champions.

The England international made 20 appearances for City last season and often filled in at left-back as cover for the injured Benjamin Mendy.

Everton have already signed goalkeeper Jonas Lossl on a free transfer from Huddersfield and turned midfielder Andre Gomes’ loan into a permanent deal this summer.

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