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Everton Interested In Taylor


Premier League Everton have expressed an interest in Peterborough United forward Paul Taylor.





National newspapers have confirmed Everton boss David Moyes is interested in signing Peterborough Uniteds want away striker Paul Taylor for 2 million.

Reading, West Brom and Ipswich are also rumoured to be interested in the striker.

Taylor joined Posh from Anderlecht during the 2010/11 season after being released from the top flight Beligium outfit. He spent the remainder of that season building up his fitness and made one substitutes appearance.

He has had a checkered past and was pleased that Posh boss Darren Ferguson was prepared to give him what could've been his last chance at professional football.

The 2011/12 season saw him starting out as a substitute but injuries to other players gave him a chance in the starting XI and he grasped his chance with both hands.

Taylor finished top scorer for Posh in the npower Championship last season with 12 goals as he played 38 League games with 8 appearances as a substitute.

In April, Taylor rejected a four year deal at London Road which would've made him the highest paid player at the club. As a result, he was put on the transfer list as part of the club's policy.

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Date:Wednesday May 30 2012

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