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What The Papers Say - 16 June

Speculation around transfer targets dominates today's round-up.

What The Papers Say - 16 June

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Transfer targets dominate Sunday's newspaper coverage.

Roberto Martinez is keeping a close eye on the future of Victor Moses at Chelsea, according to the Daily Star Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Daily Star Sunday report that Marouane Fellaini is among the players that Arsene Wenger will target this summer as the Arsenal manager looks to strengthen his squad.

Also in the Daily Star Sunday, Wigan's Shaun Maloney has been speaking about how he loved playing under Roberto Martinez and believes the Spaniard turned his career around. The article also mentions that the Everton manager has been linked with the midfielder along with team-mates James McCarthy, Antolin Alcaraz and Arouna Kone.

There is further speculation on the Blues' interest in James McCarthy in the Sunday Times and Sunday People.

The Sunday People also report that Everton are among the clubs interested in Barcelona's Marc Bartra, who has been told he will be leaving the Spanish club this summer.

And finally, Roberto Martinez's praise for Everton's Academy and his determination that youngsters will play a crucial role in the club's future, has been reported in The Sunday Post.

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