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Skysports.com understands Victor Anichebe is set to end speculation over his future by signing a new deal at Everton
Anichebe's current deal is due to expire in the summer, but Everton have now moved to secure the talented forward on a new long-term contract.
The highly-rated striker's future was the subject of speculation last month after talks over a new contract stalled.
However, Anichebe has always insisted he was keen to stay at Goodison Park telling skysports.com in December that he had no plans to leave Everton.
A number of clubs in the Premier League and abroad were believed to be monitoring Anichebe's situation ready to move for the 22-year-old if he failed to agree a new deal.
It is believed Everton are now close to an agreement with Anichebe on a new four-and-a-half year deal as the powerful forward is regarded as a key part of David Moyes plans at Goodison Park
We cast an eye over the weekend's Premier League action and pick out the highlights.
Jamie Carragher says Manchester United could not handle the power or pace of Everton.
"Are you watching David Moyes?" was the cry from the Goodison Park faithful after Everton had scored their second goal.
Everton's 6-1 defeat by Arsenal in 2009. Can you name the mystery starting XI?
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Seamus Coleman has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract with Everton.
Frank Lampard scored twice as Chelsea came back from a goal down to beat Everton 2-1 at Goodison Park.
Everton manager David Moyes was frustrated his side got no reward from the 2-1 defeat by Chelsea.
David Moyes has spoken of his hopes of keeping Marouane Fellaini by securing UEFA Champions League football.
Rafa Benitez will be reunited with old rivals Everton when Chelsea visit Goodison Park on Sunday lunchtime.