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What The Papers Say - 7 July

Blues linked to Kenyan midfielder in Sunday's newspapers.

What The Papers Say - 7 July

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

As the summer transfer window prepares to enter its second week, comings and goings are again the talk of Sunday's newspapers.

The Sunday People claim that new Blues boss Roberto Martinez is to join the race to land Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama.

The 22-year-old Kenyan, rated at £12million, is also the subject of alleged interest from Southampton.

The People also report that Martinez has blocked moves for Steven Naismith and will appoint Wigan's head of coaching, Dennis Lawrence, to his backroom staff.

The Mail on Sunday state that the Blues will wrap up the signing of Ivory Coast striker Arouna Kone in the next 48 hours.

The Star on Sunday suggest that Leighton Baines would only be allowed to join Manchester United if he was to hand in a written transfer request, with the Club reportedly adamant on rejecting any offers for the England left-back.

And also in the Star, it is claimed Arsenal have not given up in the hunt to capture Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini.

Mark DuffyCome on Martinez lets get a few more new faces in

Monday 8th July 17:11 Report Comment

Victor TayCome on Martinez, get the players that you want in asap.

Sunday 7th July 13:08 Report Comment

marjorie joneshow long are we going to wait for new players .give us something to smile about ,or is it just fairytalesand no one is coming

Monday 8th July 00:20 Report Comment
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