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Topic - Philip Neville
"We would have to look into it financially, but if he came and said to me, 'I would like to come and play,' I would have to go to the chairman and ask if we could do it, if we think we can make it work by selling enough shirts."
Everton captain Phil Neville told Everton TV this month that "I've spoken to Landon and I know for a fact that he wants to come back here."