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Fenerbahce have reached an agreement to extend the loan deal of Everton defender Joseph Yobo for a second season, according to Ntvspor.
The Nigeria international spent the last campaign on loan at the Turkish giants, playing an important role as the club clinched the league title.
It is believed Yobo will earn around £2 million in his second year at the Istanbul outfit, who were eager to hold on to the African centre-back after selling Diego Lugano to Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Yobo, who joined Everton from Marseille in 2002, is set to become Fenerbahce's latest defensive reinforcement, following in the footsteps on Juventus' Reto Ziegler, who also moved on loan.
Meanwhile, Ntvspor claims that Fenerbahce have reached an agreement in principle with Young Boys regarding Cameroonian striker Henri Bienvenu, who has been a big hit at the Swiss club since his arrival in the summer of 2010.