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The Tottenham winger, who spent time on loan at
Goodison Park last season, is poised to return to
the club, having travelled to Merseyside for a
deadline-day medical.

Everton have agreed a deal with Tottenham to sign
Aaron Lennon, who is travelling to Merseyside for
his medical, Goal understands.

Lennon joined the Toffees on loan for the latter
part of last season, and impressed during his 14
appearances for the club.

Everton have subsequently moved to sign the
Spurs winger on a permanent basis, and a £5
million deal, including add-ons and bonuses, is
understood to have been agreed in principle.

Goal understands that Lennon has begun his
journey to Finch Farm to finalise his aspect of the
transfer, though the two clubs still need to
complete the relevant paperwork to rubbber-
stamp the deal.

A source confirmed to Goal: "Roberto Martinez
really wanted this deal and it looked to get away
from them at one point, but now it is on and he
should be an Everton player by Tuesday evening."

Lennon, who has made over 350 appearances for
Spurs in total, has not featured for the club in

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