What The Papers Say - 17 June

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

New Everton manager Marco Silva has told Sunday’s Liverpool Echo he will “work every day to improve the Club”. 

The Portuguese boss also explains why the Blues must focus on the long-term and “make the right decisions” if they are to build towards success in the future. 

Iceland’s 1-1 World Cup draw with Argentina - featuring an impressive performance from Toffees midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson - is covered across the national newspapers, while the Daily Star Sunday claims Hertha Berlin’s Germany international left-back Marvin Plattenhardt is ready to “give the nod” to a £16million move to Everton - but only after the tournament in Russia has concluded. 

The Echo also carries details of refurbishment work currently taking place at the Club’s USM Finch Farm training ground, and reports that David Unsworth is planning to take his Under-23s on a pre-season camp in La Manga where they will face a friendly against newly-promoted League One outfit Coventry City.

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