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    Transfer News: Ronald Koeman makes changes at Everton while Hull strengthen with loan deals and Palace sign a league champion

    Everton have signed French international Morgan Schneiderlin for £20m from Manchester United.


    Schneiderlin reunites with his former Southampton boss Ronald Koeman after being made surplus to requirements by United boss Jose Mourinho.

    During the 2014/15 season, Schneiderlin was integral in helping Koeman's Saints team achieve a Europa League qualification place before he made his £24m move to Old Trafford.

    Everton have also loaned striker Oumar Niasse and Tom Cleverley to Hull and Watford respectively.

    Oumar Niasse has only played 142 minutes of Premier League football since arriving last January.

    Cleverley's loan move to Watford marks the fourth of his career, after spells with Leicester City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa.

    Niasse was signed by Everton last January for 13.5m from Russian outfit Lokomotiv Moscow, but has since failed to catch Koeman's eye and was recently demoted to the U23 squad.

    Hull's new boss Marco Silva has also recruited 30-year-old Brazilian midfielder Evandro Goebel, who is on loan from Portuguese giants Porto and has previously played in Brazil and Serbia.

    Crystal Palace's first signing of January comes in the form of Leicester City's attacking left-back Jeffrey Schlupp, who joins Sam Allardyce's team for a fee of £12m on a four and a year half contract.


    Jeffrey Schlupp won Premier League and Championship titles with Leicester City.

    Schlupp, who had been at Leicester since 2010, made 24 appearances for the Foxes last season as they went onto win the title.

    Dutch international winger Luciano Narsingh has joined Swansea City for £4m from PSV, with who he previously won two Dutch titles.
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