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Demarai Gray A Transfer Target For Everton Has Arrived In Florida For A Physical Ahead Of A Ps1 6 Million Move From Bayer Leverkusen

Demarai Gray has arrived in Florida for a medical before joining Everton for roughly PS1.6 million.
Everton are currently in Orlando for the Florida Cup and will kick off their pre-season schedule on Sunday night with a friendly against Millonarios of Colombia.
Gray could be ready for that match, as his transfer to Everton from Bayer Leverkusen is set to be finalized on Thursday.
Only six months after joining Leverkusen on an 18-month contract, the 25-year-old winger is ready to sign a two-year contract.
Gray spent five years with Leicester before transferring to Germany, where he scored once and had two assists in 12 appearances for the Bundesliga team.
Everton are expected to sign him as their third player in as many days, following the signings of Asmir Begovic from Bournemouth and Andros Townsend on a free transfer.
The additions come as new manager Rafa Benitez attempts to reshape his squad after taking over at Goodison Park from Carlo Ancelotti.
Because to improvements on the city’s waterfront, particularly Everton’s new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage classification has been revoked.
The decision was made following a vote by members of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee in China. Image: An artist’s impression of Everton’s projected new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock
According to a committee assessment released in June, developments on the city’s waterfront have caused “irreversible loss of qualities.”
In 2004, Liverpool was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, joining the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China.
When the list began in 1978, it is only the third site to lose its status.

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