MLS star to make Goodison Park move in January.
Everton have reached an agreement to bring Los Angeles Galaxy and United States forward Landon Donovan back to Goodison Park on a short-term loan.
The 29-year-old will rejoin the Toffees for January and February.
Everton boss David Moyes said: “I am delighted that we have managed to get Landon back. He will give us some good experience over January and February.
“He did well for us when he was over two years ago and hopefully will return with those same qualities.”
Donovan will be eligible to play in Everton’s Premier League game against Bolton on 4 January, with the loan lasting until after the Merseyside derby at Anfield on 25 February.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
This is great news for David Moyes. The arrival of the American attacker will help provide the Toffees boss with added fire-power and more importantly won’t cost the cash-strapped club anything to sign.
The 29 year old enjoyed a successful spell at the Merseyside club back in 2009 when he played ten Premier League matches for the Goodison Park side, during which time Everton picked up six wins and two draw, including victories against Chelsea and Man United.
Moyes could well do with another attacking option having seen his side manage just 15 goals in 14 matches this season.