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What The Papers Say - 17 May


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Marouane Fellaini’s extravagant silver hair style is the talk of Friday’s newspapers.

The Belgian’s new look, which he revealed at Thursday evening’s End of Season awards, features on the back page of the Daily Mirror and also in the sports section of the Daily Telegraph.

Elsewhere, the Daily Mail is linking Everton with a summer swoop for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, with West Ham and Stoke also reportedly interested in the 20-year-old.

The Independent and Daily Mirror report that Brighton boss Gus Poyet, who is rumoured to be a potential successor to David Moyes at Goodison Park, has been suspended by the south coast club.

In the Daily Express, Sir Alex Ferguson has warned David Moyes he will have to work tirelessly to ensure success continues at Manchester United.

In the Liverpool Echo, quotes from Steve Round are featured in which the assistant Everton boss says he doesn’t expect Chelsea to feel too jaded following their midweek exertions in the Europa League final. Watch an evertontv interview with Round here.

Also in the Echo, Howard Kendall has been speaking about how the future will continue to be bright at Goodison Park following Moyes’ departure because of the wealth of talent the new manager will have at his disposal.

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