What The Papers Say - January 7

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Everton are linked with a pair of South Americans in Monday’s edition of the Liverpool Echo.

With the January transfer window now open, the Blues are said to be contemplating moves for Porto’s Brazilian centre back Eder Militao and Colombia midfielder Wilmer Barrios, who currently plies his trade at Boca Juniors.

Meanwhile, the local read also includes a piece with former Toffees striker Victor Anichebe, who reveals why he left Chinese side Beijing Enterprises.

Phil Jagielka explains the role both himself and Leighton Baines now have within Marco Silva’s first-team squad, while Everton in the Community’s Disability Manager, Steve Johnson, was recently recognised by Prime Minister, Theresa May.

Ademola Lookman also features in the Echo detailing his experiences playing in Germany while on loan at RB Leipzig.

Finally, the Coventry Telegraph suggests Coventry City are eyeing up a loan move for young Toffees forward Antony Evans.



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