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Speculation concerning Everton's vacant managerial position continues in Tuesday's newspapers.
The Daily Mirror is one of a number of publications reporting that Toffees majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri has spoken to Sam Allardyce about the former Bolton Wanderers and Blackburn Rovers boss potentially taking the Goodison Park reins.
In the Daily Star it is claimed Allardyce will be appointed to the post on a deal until the end of the season, with former Leicester City boss Craig Shakespeare as assistant.
The Liverpool Echo turns its focus towards potential January transfer business, while the local paper also runs with quotes from Wales boss Chris Coleman, who says Everton need his captain Ashley Williams' fighting qualities.
Norwich City's exciting young playmaker James Maddison is linked with a move to the Toffees by the Daily Mail and Coventry Telegraph – with director of football Steve Walsh having watched former Coventry City player Maddison in action during Norwich's Championship game at Bolton on Saturday.
The news that former Everton manager David Moyes has replaced Slaven Bilic at West Ham receives widespread coverage, with ex-Blues midfielder Leon Osman explaining to the Daily Mail why he thinks Moyes will be a perfect fit for the Hammers.