His article published at 22:30 on 15 June stated:
Everton are trailing Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic - and could land him for a bargain £7million.
The Croatia hitman, one of the stars of Euro 2012 so far with his three goals in two games, could be paired with team mate Nikica Jelavic at Goodison Park.
Mandzukic is on the radar of other Premier League sides too, because he is available at a “fair” price from his German club, Wolfsburg.
The 26-year-old was signed by Wolfsburg's then-coach Steve McClaren - a friend of Everton boss David Moyes' No2 Steve Round - for £6million and has two years left on his contract.
Everton were also interested in him two years ago, when he played for Dinamo Zagreb, and have had Mandzukic watched during the Euros.
His partnership with Jelavic at international level is thriving and could be rekindled on Merseyside.
The article on the Mail's website - which appears under the byline of 'SportsMail Reporter' - was published at 17:46 on 16 June and is a word-for-word copy:
In April, Mail Online publisher Martin Clarke told The New Yorker that his site 'adhered to fair-use rules'.
(Hat-tip to nutts2020)
UPDATE: By 6:25pm on Monday, the Mail's article had been removed.