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Everton will launch a 10million summer raid for Spurs duo Robbie Keane and Simon Davies whether they clinch a Champions League place or not.
David Moyes has transformed the Toffees this season but has seen their lead over arch rivals Liverpool in the race for elite European football trimmed to just one point with seven games remaining. They have lost four of their last five league games and exited the FA Cup after defeat to Manchester United - and many pundits and fans blame the slump in form on the lack of creativity in the team since Thomas Gravesen left to join Real Madrid.
Everton are finally close to landing Simon Davies after agreeing a £4 million fee with Tottenham Hotspur for the midfielder.
David Moyes has been a long-term fan of the Wales international and has repeatedly tried to lure Davies to Goodison Park.
Spurs rejected a bid from Everton during the January transfer window but they have now accepted an offer from their Premiership rivals.
Everton's bid to bring Simon Davies to Goodison Park has edged a step closer after the player underwent a medical.
The talented Tottenham midfielder appears to be on his way to Merseyside after the two clubs concurred on a £4 million fee for his services.
Davies has endured a campaign of frustration courtesy of injury but having returned towards the season's close, again proved his quality.
Everton boss David Moyes has made his first move to build a squad capable of competing in Europe by completing the capture of Simon Davies from Tottenham.
Moyes has been given the green light to open the club's chequebook in the summer, following their successful quest to reach the UEFA Champions League, and the Scot earmarked Davies as a player capable of improving his squad.
Spurs boss Martin Jol concurred on the sale of the Wales international last week and a £3.5 million fee was agreed between the two sides - although it could rise to £4 million depending on appearances