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Departures Lounge: Toffees set to sign 6ft 8in striker Traore

The Monaco forward has undergone a medical at Everton ahead of a proposed loan move.

imageLacina Traore facing Newcastle in the Europa League for Anzhi last season. Credit: John Walton/EMPICS Sport

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Toffees claim Traore coup: Ivorian striker Lacina Traore looked set for a loan move to West Ham from new club Monaco but Everton have pipped the Hammers to a deal and the 6ft 8in frontman has already had a medical.

Liverpool defender farmed out: Having arrived from Sporting Lisbon last summer, Reds defender Tiago Ilori has joined La Liga outfit Granada on loan until the end of the season.

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Gunners in for Vucinic: Arsenal are in need of a striker and have held talks with Juventus over the possibility of signing Mirk Vucinic. But while the Gunners are looking for loan, Juve are hoping to sell the 30-year-old.

Cabaye off to France? Paris Saint-Germain would like to bring French international Yohan Cabaye back to his homeland with a fee as high as £26m reportedly being offered to Newcastle.

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Manchester United want Cavani: According to reports, Alex Ferguson has spoken to PSG boss Laurent Blanc about the availability of Edison Cavani with United planning to target the Uruguayan in the summer.

Spurs reignite interest in Benteke: Having missed out on Belgian international Christian Benteke last year, Tottenham may look to the Aston Villa striker again this month.

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