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Confirmed: Ireland's Aiden McGeady has signed for Everton

The Toffees could now have as many as five Irish players competing for a place in the first team.

McGeady is the second Irish international to sign for Everton in recent times, with James McCarthy joining the club in August.
McGeady is the second Irish international to sign for Everton in recent times, with James McCarthy joining the club in August.

Updated at 15.47

AIDEN MCGEADY HAS been unveiled as Everton’s latest signing today, after a statement released by Spartak Moscow confirmed his departure.

The player has completed a medical at Goodison Park this morning and appeared ahead of their game with Norwich.

The Ireland international has been heavily linked with Roberto Martinez’s side and reportedly joins them on a four-and-a-half year deal.

The move means McGeady will likely be one of five players competing for a first-team spot with the Toffees — with James McCarthy, Darron Gibson, Seamus Coleman and Shane Duffy — who is currently on loan at Championship side Yeovil — also part of their squad.

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