Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma joins Everton on loan

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Keane missed just eight Premier League matches in his debut season on Merseyside and having a strong, established central defensive partner alongside him should help the four-cap player to return to his best form and possibly force his way back into the England set-up. After two years of gradual progress within the first-team setup at Stamford Bridge, the player saw his development come to a grinding halt when he sustained a major knee injury.

And now they are trying to push through an agreement to sign Zouma on a season-long loan deal and have submitted a deal sheet with the Premier League to get more time to complete the move.

It might be hard for him to get regular playing time at Chelsea this season, so sending him out on loan makes sense. And, Manchester United and Everton are interested.

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"Capped twice by France, he lifted the League Cup under Jose Mourinho in 2015".

Everton want to add further quality to their ranks following a hectic finale to the summer transfer window, with Zouma identified as a loan target.

Zouma was signed by Mourinho in 2014 when he was the manager of the London based outfit.

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The Frenchman will miss out on the trip to Molineux alongside deadline day signings Bernard, Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

While Everton haven't confirmed whether they were able to wrap up the deal in time or not, Alan Myers explained for Sky Sports that while it may take till the morning to be announced, the deal is expected to go through.

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