What The Papers Say - 4 September

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Monday’s newspapers reflect the fact we are in the midst of an international break, with plenty of talk about the state of England’s national team.

Three Lions record cap holder Peter Shilton assesses the country’s goalkeepers, with the former England number one flagging up Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Jack Butland of Stoke as the two best options for manager Gareth Southgate in that position.

The Daily Mail also analyse the respective fortunes this season of England’s Under-20 World Cup winners and reveal Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin has played more Premier League minutes than any of his Young Lions counterparts.

The same paper reports on Sunday’s Bradley Lowery charity match at Goodison Park.

Kevin Mirallas' future is discussed in the Liverpool Echo, while the local paper also features an interview with former Blue Gareth Farrelly and looks at the prospects for a selection of Everton’s squad players.

And in the Daily Record, former Everton youngster Joe Piggott reveals he will use Toffees legend Duncan Ferguson as his inspiration following his move to Scottish Premiership team Dundee United – the club where Ferguson started his career.

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