What The Papers Say - 21 January
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Everton's manager, David Moyes, has renewed his interest in Philippe Senderos as he searches for defensive cover after Lucas Neill's unexpected move to Galatasaray.
The Arsenal defender, who was linked with a transfer to Goodison Park last summer, is considering a loan deal with Celtic as he searches for regular first-team football ahead of Switzerland's World Cup campaign.
Senderos was a regular at the World Cup in 2006, as part of a defence that let in no goals in four games, before losing on penalties to Ukraine in the second round.
Moyes, who is also monitoring Jermaine Beckford's situation at Leeds United, is believed to have offered Senderos a loan deal until the end of the season.
Mikel Arteta, out for a year with a cruciate knee injury, hopes to make his Everton comeback against Liverpool on February 6.
Everton boss David Moyes is set to sell striker James Vaughan to make way for Leeds' contract rebel Jermaine Beckford.
Moyes will let Vaughan go now or in the summer for the right offer, putting off a loan move for Derby County to attract interest.
Vaughan, back from injury, notched against Burnley and Carlisle United recently, but Moyes has lined up an end-of-season free transfer swoop for the prolific Beckford.
Everton misfit Jo is set for a move to Galatasaray. The Turkish side inquired about the on-loan Manchester City striker last week, before shifting their focus on Blackburn's Benni McCarthy. But McCarthy prefers West Ham, opening the door for Galatasaray to approach City about Jo.
Jan Mucha, the Legia Warsaw goalkeeper, has agreed a pre-contract with Everton to join in the summer.