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What The Papers Say - 20 August

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Tuesday's papers feature heavily the transfer news surrounding Leighton Baines and Maroune Fellaini.

The Liverpool Echo has a range of Everton stories, including an article about the bid for the Everton duo. Former Blues hero Ian Snodin's regular column is featured and he discusses the talent of Seamus Coleman and Ross Barkley amongst other things.

An introduction to Howard Kendall's autobiography, a piece on Coleman's goal scoring prowess and news from Everton in the Community are all inside today's Echo, as well as a match report from Everton's U21 2-1 defeat at home to West Ham.

Baines and Fellaini transfer news gets most of the headlines in today's national papers.

The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph, The Times and The Daily Express all carry this story.

While other national newspapers report that David Moyes is likely to return with a fresh bid for the Everton duo. The i, Daily Record and The Guardian run with this.

Elsewhere, The Guardian has a ‘special report' on English players that are ‘young, gifted and practically ignored', Baines, Barkley, Osman and Jagielka are all in this feature.

Finally, the Daily Mail link a number of players with a potential move to Goodison Park, including Wigan's James McCarthy and Manchester City's Gareth Barry and Aleksandr Kolarov.


 

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