Date:Monday October 26 2009
Adam Pearson has confirmed that James Vaughan's loan has come to an end and he'll return to Everton, however we'll be bringing him back in January.
Until now the 21-year-old has stayed with us in the hope he could return before this loan spell ended, but with this looking unlikely, or at least unlikely for him to make any real impact he has returned to Merseyside.
However our chairman of football has thanked Everton for the way they have conducted the loan handling and is appreciative of this.
"We have been fortunate in dealing with Everton on this because they have been extremely flexible and very helpful.
They have cancelled James' loan contract on October 1 instead of December 19, and it will be reactivated on January 1.
Obviously, for us to be able to come out of the loan without having to pay any money on it and therefore freeing a loan space up for another player while James gets fit is helpful.
It is a fantastic gesture from Everton who, as normal, have handled themselves in a professional way."
Pearson was talking to the Evening Telegraph.
The Premier League side didn't need to structure, or restructure, the deal the way that they did but by doing this they have done us a financial and football favour. They've saved us money and freed up another loan spot, but with the deal being rearranged for January we will still be able to benefit from his loan spell when he return once he is fully fit and this is something that Vaughan and both clubs are keen on.
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Date:Monday October 26 2009
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