Everton have clinched a deadline-beating move for Sunderland's Republic of Ireland winger Kevin Kilbane.
Kilbane is joining Everton
The 26-year old has joined Everton for £1m and has signed a two-year contract with the Premiership club.
Kilbane played with Toffees manager David Moyes during their time at Preston - and now they will link up again at Goodison Park.
He was the fourth signing made by Moyes, completing his switch from the Stadium of Light just minutes before the transfer window closed.
Moyes has long been an admirer of the wide man, and he made his move after selling left-sided midfielder Mark Pembridge to Fulham.
Kilbane has been part of Sunderland's recent resurgence, but jumped at the chance of a move back into the top flight at Everton.