Date: 27th May 2011 at 2:07pm
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Norwich City have agreed a fee of £2.5m with Everton for striker James Vaughan according to Sky Sports.

Speculation has been growing over the last few days that the Canaries were interested in 22-year-old Vaughan – who spent the majority of last season on loan at Crystal Palace – but the two clubs appear to have struck a deal this lunchtime.

Vaughan scored nine times last season to help the Eagles avoid relegation from the Championship and looks set to become Paul Lambert’s first signing of the summer.

Meanwhile, Millwall striker Steve Morison has reportedly submitted a formal transfer request after the Lions turned down a second bid for his services from the Canaries.

City had previously had an approach for the Welshman rejected during the January transfer window but returned with a £2m offer after gaining promotion to the Premier League.

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