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What The Papers Say - 14 July

Martinez linked with moves for a defender and midfielder.

What The Papers Say - 14 July

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

Today’s papers contain lots of transfer talk relating to Everton.
 
The Sunday People claims Everton will be told this week that a £12million bid for Wigan midfielder James McCarthy is £8million short of the Latics’ valuation.

The same paper also says Roberto Martinez is ‘baulking’ at the £14million price tag Juventus have put on forward Alessandro Matri, who the Blues are also reported to be interested in. The 27-year-old Italian, who has won five caps for Italy in the past two years, still has two years remaining on his contract in Turin.
 
The Sunday People has also carried a story claiming that Leighton Baines will not wait for Manchester United to meet Everton’s asking price and will sign a new contract with the Blues if a deal with the Champions is not sorted before the start of the season.

The article says Martinez is adamant Everton do not want to sell the England left-back and it is believed Goodison chairman Bill Kenwright is only prepared to let Baines go for £18million.
 
Meanwhile, the Sunday Mirror, Sunday Post and Sunday Express have all carried a story claiming Everton and Newcastle United have been quoted £5million to sign Porto defender Rolando. Martinez is apparently interested in the 27-year-old Portugal international, who snubbed QPR last season.
  

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