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What The Papers Say - 6 July

A round-up of Saturday's newspaper coverage.

What The Papers Say - 6 July

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

Saturday's newspapers continue to discuss potential incomings at Goodison Park.

In the Daily Express, Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu is again tipped to make a loan switch to Merseyside, while the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror claim Everton had enqiuired about Vitesse Arnhem striker Wilfried Bony.

The Mirror claim Wigan's Arouna Kone is set to become Roberto Martinez's first signing as Blues boss, while the Liverpool Echo suggest such a move would throw down the gauntlet to Victor Anichebe.

The Echo also gauge the possibility of Antolin Alcaraz joining the Toffees on a free transfer, with their correspondent claiming it could be a shrewd and smart piece of business.

And Martinez's newly-appointed number two Graeme Jones appears in the Echo stating that the fresh regime must get the balance right to continue Everton's recent good work.

Ralph WILLIAMSlets get kone and jell in the middle baines on left mirallas on the right keep hold of all other squad what a team we will have top 4 finish bring it on c o y b

Sunday 7th July 11:20 Report Comment

Ralph WILLIAMSwhy haven't done any business yet it is e f c that seem to wait every bodys done some but us we need to add to what was a good squad to go forward c o u b

Sunday 7th July 11:07 Report Comment

ian robsonGet Kone .Ideal for the blues.

Saturday 6th July 19:27 Report Comment
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