July 24, 2012
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Cahill poised for Red Bulls move

Australian international Tim Cahill is poised to join the New York Red Bulls after Everton and the Major League Soccer team agreed a fee for the midfielder.

"Everton have agreed with Major League Soccer (MLS) that Tim Cahill can be transferred to the New York Red Bulls," a statement on the club's official website said on Monday.

"Tim, 32, will move to the Red Bulls for a nominal fee, subject to agreeing personal terms and passing a medical. He will travel to the US in the next few days."

Cahill, who had two yeras left on his contract, joined the Toffees from Millwall in 2004, scoring 68 goals in 278 appearances.

AFP

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