Everton boss David Moyes is set to swoop for Monaco striker Dieumerci Mbokani, according to the Daily Mail.
Everton were previously interested in Mbokani but no deal was done, however it now seems as though a loan deal could be finalised.
The move for Mbokani can now happen as Emmanuel Adebayor looks set to replace him at the Stade Louis II.
Monaco are looking to recoup some of their outlay by loaning out Mbokani, with Hoffenheim and Sunderland also said to be interested.
He began his career in Kinshasa at Bel'Or and scored 21 goals in 27 games before attracting the attention of Lubumbashi club TP Mazembe. Over the course of two seasons he scored 67 goals in 72 games and led TP Mazembe to the 2006 Linafoot Championship.
In the 2006–07 season he scored four goals in nine appearances for Anderlecht, he joined Standard de Liège and he scored 35 goals in 81 league appearances.
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