What The Papers Say - July 14

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Michael Keane tells Saturday's edition of the Liverpool Echo that new boss Marco Silva is putting a great deal of emphasis on the team's defensive organisation during Everton's ongoing Austrian training camp.

Centre-back Keane also outlines his ambition to have a consistently strong second season with the Club and regain his England spot.

The same paper carries quotes from former FC Basel and West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Pascal Zuberbuhler, who insists Blues number one Jordan Pickford is at the vanguard of a new breed of "very good" English goalkeepers.

Elsewhere, transfer speculation is the order of the day.

The Daily Star believes Silva wants a new left-winger and is eyeing Crystal Palace's Wilfired Zaha, as well as Malcolm, the Brazilian currently playing in Ligue 1 with Bordeaux.

The Daily Mirror claims Everton will be rivalled in their pursuit of Ivory Coast international Zaha by Merseyside rivals Liverpool.

Another Brazilian in the shape of Inter Milan's former Nice left-back Dalbert Henrique is reportedly interesting the Blues.

Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb says Everton are closing on a deal for Andrea Bertolacci, the Italy international AC Milan midfielder who spent last season on loan with Serie A counterparts Genoa.

The Daily Express, meanwhile, reports Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce continue to hold an interest in Blues attacker Yannick Bolasie.

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