What The Papers Say - 22 November

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

The Daily Star and Daily Mail are among the papers to report that Everton will appeal against a potential two-game ban for Oumar Niasse, after the striker was charged by the FA for 'successful deception of a match official'.

The Mail also carries quotes from former Barcelona and Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal, who says he has not been contacted about the Toffees' managers job.

The paper adds that Everton remain "hopeful" of appointing Watford manager Marco Silva to the post.

Back in the Mirror, there is speculation over the Blues' starting line-up for tomorrow night's Europa League encounter with Atalanta, with both Davy Klaassen and Nikola Vlasic tipped for starts.

Charlton Athletic manager Karl Robinson is quoted as saying mooted Everton target Ezri Konsa is the "best young centre-back in the country".

Manchester United scouts have reportedly checked on Everton's Henry Onyekuru, currently on loan in Belgium with Anderlecht

And The Liverpool Echo suggests any ban for Niasse would offer Sandro Ramirez an opportunity to make his mark in the Toffees' frontline, while the local paper also includes a feature looking at the whereabouts of the players who turned out for the Blues in a Europa League tie against Krasnodar three years ago.

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