Everton secure Eto'o deal

Everton have completed the signing of Cameroon international striker Samuel Eto'o on a two-year deal.

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dannyjohnson says...

Why the number 5 shirt? that's a defenders number.

Posted 7:25pm 28th August 2014

chrissb7 (Manchester United) says...

I think Chelsea fans are still hurting over Lukaku. By the looks of comments here. It wasn't that Lukaku didn't like competition just he already blew them out of the water at other premier league sides and wasn't getting a chance to play. That people is called knowing what you're worth. Besides you have Costa now so stop being so bitter. Lukaku didn't really play (in the literal sense) for Chelsea anyway.

Posted 2:23pm 28th August 2014

davislurve (Blackburn Rovers) says...

Brilliant business by Evertone, Martinez has really been canny since he became their manager and shockingly to me he has even improved on last seasons recruitment, which I thought would have had a major step back. Keeping Barry, GETTING LUKAKU, replacing Deolofeu with Atsu, and now Eto'o, very good business.

Posted 2:55pm 27th August 2014

shea666 (Manchester United) says...

So any response from Romelu Lukaku?

Posted 2:06pm 27th August 2014

thejez01 (Arsenal) says...

A 2 year deal for the pensioner!?! Well I guess at least he'll have some new teamates to celebrate his fortieth birthday with.

Posted 12:49pm 27th August 2014

zolazogood says...

Lukaku asked to leave Chelsea on loan because they had just signed Eto'o on a 1 year deal and he didn't fancy the competition. And now this!! Brilliant!! Good signing for Everton though. Eto'o is a proven goal scorer and will link up well with their technical players like Mirallas

Posted 9:28am 27th August 2014

Agger_do (Liverpool) says...

This is a great signing for Everton. Make no mistake, they will be a real force to contend with again this season. Other teams vying for a Champions League spot should be very worried.

Posted 8:55am 27th August 2014

manitu69 (Liverpool) says...

Good signing for Everton, he might not be the player he was at Barcelona but he'll still has some good skills.

Posted 8:48am 27th August 2014

hal84 (Liverpool) says...

Obviously his preference and first choice was London.

Posted 8:42am 27th August 2014

blue (Chelsea) says...

Oh dear.. What will Lukaku do once he goes into the dressing room and finds Samuel Eto? Another loan?

Posted 11:14pm 26th August 2014

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