What The Papers Say - 18 November

The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.

Crystal Palace's former England boss Roy Hodgson tells Saturday's newspapers that his team need to beware the Toffees' Three Lions contingent at Selhurst Park this afternoon and talks of his admiration for "top class" Wayne Rooney.

The Daily Mail says Everton made tentative summer enquiries about Celtic striker Moussa Dembele, while the same paper carries quotes from David Unsworth insisting his authority has not been undermined by the Club's ongoing search for a new manager.

Unsworth tells the Daily Mirror he ignores all the speculation surrounding the Toffees' managerial post.

The Daily Star reports that Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has distanced himself from the Everton job and also features quotes from Watford manager Marco Silva, who said in his press conference yesterday that he does not know if the Hornets' game with West Ham tomorrow will be his last in charge of the club.

And in the Hertfordshire Mercury, Silva admits "one or two" of his players have asked him about his future.

The Liverpool Echo, meanwhile, mentions Unsworth's comments in his press conference regarding conversations he has held with Everton's board regarding January transfer targets.

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