Everton Transfer Rumors: 4 Latest Players Rumored to Be Coming to Goodison Park

Sam TigheWorld Football Tactics Lead WriterJanuary 29, 2013

Everton Transfer Rumors: 4 Latest Players Rumored to Be Coming to Goodison Park

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    The transfer window is drawing to a close, the last chance to strengthen your squad fading away.

    David Moyes has admitted any business he does will be last-minute stuff (via Sky Sports), so keep your eyes peeled on Goodison Park right till the very end—the Scot always pulls out a corker.

    Here are the four latest players to be linked with the Toffees.

Leroy Fer

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    More than just a rumour, Leroy Fer is basically in the door.

    Both the BBC and Everton's official Twitter feed have announced that an £8.6 million fee has been agreed between FC Twente and the Toffees to take the Dutch international to Goodison Park.

    He's a physical, combative midfielder who plays holding, box-to-box or an advanced role in the middle, giving much-needed depth and spark to the only area Everton are suspect.

    Everton has agreed a deal with FC Twente for the transfer of Dutch international Leroy Fer...evertonfc.com/news/archive/2… #EFC

    — Official Everton (@Everton) January 28, 2013

Kim Shin-Wook

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    According to talkSPORT, Everton are leading the chase for Kim Shin-Wook, a striker who plies his trade with Ulsan Hyundai in Asia.

    He's been described as the "Korean Peter Crouch" and at 6'5", that comparison "stands up."

    Queens Park Rangers are the Toffees' main rivals for this signature, and Harry Redknapp knows he needs to move fast after failing to secure Peter Odemwingie's services.

    Denis Stracqualursi 2.0?

Igor De Camargo

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    Everton have also been linked with other striking possibilities, but the purported efforts to sign Igor De Camargo may have hit a brick wall.

    According to The Mirror, Fulham have moved into pole position to sign the Borussia Moenchengladbach star who plays up front or in a wide-forward role.

    The Toffees are limited up front with just Nikica Jelavic and VIctor Anichebe, so this should come as a blow.

Sam Byram

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    Sam Byram is attracting plenty of interest and Everton are one of the suitors, say Yahoo! Sports (h/t The Daily Mail).

    The young right-back has blossomed this season under Neil Warnock and handled Gareth Bale as well as anyone could in Leeds United's 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.

    He's a home-grown academy product the Elland Road outfit will want to hold onto, but money talks and backup for Seamus Coleman is a must.