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Lescott Deal To Go Through

Reports are emerging that state Joleon Lescott will join Everton today in a deal worth 5.5 million.

The revised terms mean Wolves will still recieve the full ammount agreed last month, consisting of a 2.5 million cash downpayment and further payments basd on appearances.

The deal had hung in the balance after Everton expressed concerns over the strength of Joleon's knees following the extensive surgery to both at the end of the 2002-2003 season that caused him to miss Wolves entire top flight year.

But after Wolves agreed to defer 1.5 million of the cash downpayment, Joleon now looks set to become a Toffee and finally run out as a Premiership player.




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Date:Wednesday June 14 2006

Time: 9:38AM

Your Comments

Very good deal for Wolves that. Everton are putting it about a bit aren't they.
moko84
So 5.5 million is 1 million now, 1.5 million some time in the future and up to 3m in appearance fees for the next ? years. Sounds like hire purchase.
Hoddlesleftnut
finnaly its gona go through, good deal for with over 5 million to spend who would u want as his replacement\?
green giant 12
So, everton are starting to spend some of the Rooney money. Did you really expect to get the money up front? Pay as you play is the way to go now with players who have dodgy knees.
FEn_100
No didn't expect all the money up front but why is it bantered as a 5.5 million deal when it is not. Its a 2 million deal with appearance money that could earn up to 3 million in the future followed by 3000 ifs and buts which will make up the contract conditions which will whittle it down to less than 1 million over 5 years.
Hoddlesleftnut
Bad loss for you i feel, thought he was a great defender! Who you going to buy with the money?
richy23
No money to spend.
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