What The Papers Say - 7 September

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A Spanish defender is linked with a move to Goodison Park in Thursday’s newspapers, while the respective current fortunes of the Toffees’ international players are also discussed.

The Daily Mail claim Everton will make a January swoop for Porto’s former Spain Under-21 international central-defender, Ivan Marcano.

A number of Irish publications reflect on how their country’s World Cup qualifying bid has hit the buffers following the injury suffered by captain Seamus Coleman back in March.

The Liverpool Echo calculates as many as 18 Everton players could potentially be involved in next summer’s World Cup finals in Russia.

The same paper reports on the fact Idrissa Gana Gueye has had an additional fixture added to his calendar, with Senegal set to replay their World Cup qualifier against South Africa in November after the original match was annulled following the implication of its referee in ‘match-fixing’.

The local read also picks up on Graeme Sharp’s evertonfc.com column, in which the Everton striking legend backs Dominic Calvert-Lewin to play an influential role in the Blues’ attack this season.

And the Echo and Daily Telegraph both include the story of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp filming a get-well-soon message for young Evertonian Noah Cunningham, whose family are attempting to raise money to buy him a new wheelchair.

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