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What The Papers Say - 21 April

Match reaction and transfer talk in Sunday's nationals.

What The Papers Say - 21 April

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

Sunday's national newspapers focus on the fallout from Everton's 1-0 defeat at Sunderland.

Match reports feature across the board, with reaction from David Moyes as he insists the Toffees can still secure European football for next term.

The Mail On Sunday say that the Blues boss and Marouane Fellaini could both depart Goodison Park in the summer.

The People and the Sunday Mirror, on the other hand, link the Blues with a double summer swoop, with Danish international Andreas Cornelius and PSV midfielder Kevin Strootman targeted.

Forward Cornelius, 20, currently plays for FC Copenhagen, while Strootman, 23, is reportedly also being tracked by Manchester United and Liverpool.

The Sunday Express also link Everton with the Dutch international.

Elsewhere, the Sunday Mirror suggest that Cardiff boss Malky Mackay is being monitored as a potential successor to David Moyes.

Click the links above to read the relevant stories.


martin gwilliamWE MUST STAY ABOVE LIVERPOOL AT ALL COST, COYB...

Sunday 21st April 22:52 Report Comment

paul smithlets hope we can win all are remaining games and qualify for europe. COYB IMWT

Sunday 21st April 12:46 Report Comment
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