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Everton duo extend Well loan deal

John Ruddy and Lukas Jutkiewicz
Ruddy and Jutkiewicz were both signed by sacked Motherwell boss Jim Gannon

Everton duo John Ruddy and Lukas Jutkiewicz have extended their loan deals at Motherwell for another month.

Both are wanted on a long-term basis and the extension allows more time for both to negotiate their futures at the Scottish Premier League club.

Motherwell general manager Leeann Dempster said: "We are very keen to keep both players.

Meanwhile, defender Yassin Moutaouakil has returned to Charlton Athletic after three-and-a-half months at Fir Park.

English-born Jutkiewicz, 20, started his career with Swindon Town and made his debut aged 17.

He signed for Everton in 2007 but failed to maintain a place in David Moyes's side, joining Plymouth Argyle on loan until the end of the season.

Ousted Motherwell manager Jim Gannon signed 6ft 4in keeper Ruddy twice when he was in charge at Stockport.

Ruddy started his career with Cambridge United in 2004 and made 43 appearances before sealing a £250,000 move to Everton the following year.

He has also enjoyed loan spells at Rushden & Diamonds, Chester, Wrexham, Bristol City and Crewe.

"It's now a case of thrashing out a deal with Everton that works out for both parties," added Dempster.

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see also
Gannon hopeful yet over loan trio
18 Dec 09 |  Motherwell
Jutkiewicz agrees Well loan deal
27 Aug 09 |  Motherwell
Well sign Everton keeper on loan
24 Jul 09 |  Motherwell

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