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Senderos Deal Completed

The defender will wear the number 23 now his Everton loan is official.

Senderos Deal Completed
Philippe Senderos

The deal to bring Philippe Senderos to Everton on loan until the end of the season has now been completed. confirmed on Saturday that an agreement had been made in principle to bring the Arsenal defender to Goodison.

The Swiss international will wear the number 23 shirt during his time with the Toffees.

Now the paperwork has been finalised the 24-year-old says he's looking forward to making his mark with the Blues.

"I am delighted to be an Everton player for the remainder of the season," Senderos told evertonTV.  "I can't wait to get stuck in and play for Everton. 

"Hopefully I can get some first team football in during my time here.  I am here with high hopes and hopefully I can fulfil them."

Born in Geneva, Senderos came through the ranks at his local club, Servette, before signing for The Gunners in December 2002.

He was loaned to Italian giants AC Milan for the 2008-09 season, making 15 appearances for them in Serie A.

"I have spoken to David Moyes and he hopes to give me opportunities here.   Hopefully I can grab that opportunity and stay in the team.

"Everton's form over the last few weeks has been better and they are getting stronger."

Watch evertonTV's exclusive interview with Philippe Senderos now - click here.

Shaun HannaGreat signing, strengthen the back is exactly what we need. Philippe will offer more than lucas did i think and i expect him to play alot of games between now and summer!

Tuesday 26th January 15:29 Report Comment

chris skillicornCouldn't agree more Ash he is still young, he is 24 though, but still young enough to benefit from Moyesee's ability to get the best out of youngsters.

Tuesday 26th January 15:19 Report Comment

Ash Cainreally chuffed that senderos has joined, he's only 22 so hopefully after spending the rest of the season with us, davey moyes will sign him n then let him develop at everton. and can't wait for mikel arteta to play a full 90 minutes and set up or score some :)

Tuesday 26th January 15:12 Report Comment

Ralph WesterduinWelcome Philippe! Hope Huntelaar will join you soon. He's very keen on being re-united with Heitinga this week.

Tuesday 26th January 08:21 Report Comment

chris skillicornI will just reflect on what nearly everybody has said and no doubt what every Evertonian will feel. If this lad tries his guts out every game then he will be loved. Moyes has created a special club here, I have never seen such solidarity between players, they fight for each other, if Phillipe wants to make his mark he will have to work hard and prove to every Evertonian that he wants to play for us, if he does I have no doubt that the Goodison Faithful will treat him like a Martyr. IMWT/COYB.

Tuesday 26th January 08:10 Report Comment

mark fostergood to have him onside. think what we realy need is a consistant striker. soon as we have big jagz back at the heart of the def we should be strong. more goals would be nice

Monday 25th January 22:08 Report Comment

brennan finneganGood luck Phil if you take your chance you will be playing behind the most skillful team in the Prem. Just get it to Arts Fell or Nuts and they'l create chances, which hopefully Don Tim or Saha can score from, starting Wednesday

Monday 25th January 19:04 Report Comment

Mark ReidPhil what we need is someone to be consistent. To shout from the back and to think about where you're putting the ball, and play confidently. I hope you show all the doubters wrong and show us what an asset you can be on set pieces. up the blues.

Monday 25th January 18:07 Report Comment


Monday 25th January 17:29 Report Comment

Mark LynchWelcome to the Family, Philippe. I hope you enjoy your stay here. if you show Effort and Comittment the you will be given the support and love by us all... IMWT

Monday 25th January 16:58 Report Comment

Phill Bateman(to the tune of my old man's a dustman) Phillippe is a toffee He wears the twenty three And every time he heads the ball The Gwladys goes crazy He used to play for Arsenal what a silly fool but now he plays for everton he'll take rooney to school

Monday 25th January 16:09 Report Comment

KWONG POK LAPI hope that Philippe can try his best to Everton. He will give us the new and fresh energy to the denfensive line. John Heitinga is playing very well but he also want to need a good partner who has a stable performance. I belive that Philippe can do it very well for Everton!!!

Monday 25th January 16:09 Report Comment

Terry Doyle4 words Philly lad, Nil Satis Nisi Optimum

Monday 25th January 15:48 Report Comment

andrew gilliganfirst. Welcome to Everton Football Club, Phillippe!! Serve us well and do us proud. COYB

Monday 25th January 15:30 Report Comment

John HauSenderos please to see you are finally here, wish you came during the summer and not in January, you would have gotten alot of first team action already, with us having so much injuries problem in the first half of the season. Any way competition is what we needed, as Distin need a wake-up call, as his Birmingham performance was not good, compare to the City game. If you have been keeping yourself nice and fit at Arsenal, then I would like to see you and Heiitinga in the middle for us against Sunderland.

Monday 25th January 15:02 Report Comment

graham griffithswelcome phillipe do your best for our beautiful club and u will be adored

Monday 25th January 14:53 Report Comment


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