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American goalkeeper Zac MacMath is returning to Everton for a third stint with the Premier League club.

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Zac MacMath: Set for another stint with Everton

Zac MacMath: Set for another stint with Everton

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The 21-year-old shot-stopper is number one for MLS outfit Philadelphia Union, having signed for them last year in the SuperDraft.

However, after failing to make the play-offs, Philadelphia have now confirmed that they have agreed to allow MacMath to fly to England to link-up with Everton.

MacMath, though, is no stranger to Goodison Park, as this is the third year in succession that he will make the trip to Merseyside where he will link-up with fellow countryman Tim Howard - the current number one at Everton.

Union also revealed that young forward Christian Hernandez would be undertaking a training stint in Europe as the 19-year-old striker is set to join La Liga outfit Real Sociedad.

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