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Jordan Pickford features in a number of Tuesday's nationals discussing his excitement at the prospect of lining up once more with former Everton colleague Wayne Rooney when England face USA in a Wembley friendly on Thursday.
The Times carries a report dissecting the potential impact of Brexit on top-flight clubs, with the Premier League reportedly drawing up plans to reduce the number of overseas players allowed in its members' squads from 17 to 12.
News of Gylfi Sigurdsson being ruled out of Iceland's Nations League contest with Belgium this week after being hurt in Everton's meeting with Cheslea is included in the Daily Mail.
The Liverpool Echo assesses the intriguing centre-half selection dilemma facing Everton manager Marco Silva after Yerry Mina's stellar debut display at Stamford Bridge.
Echo columnist and former Everton left-back Michael Ball writes about his excitement over the Blues' potential following Sunday's draw with Chelsea – and reveals his admiration for winger Ademola Lookman.
Seamus Coleman is on international duty with Republic of Ireland and told various media outlets in his homeland, "Everton is where I want to be... to win one cup there would mean more to me than winning it somewhere else.”
The Irish Independent details the story of Everton right-back Coleman contributing a sizeable donation to a fund for one of his countrymen who suffers from severe scoliosis.
Jason Hanlon's family call Coleman a "kind-hearted soul".