What The Papers Say - 24 August
A round-up of the day's paper talk.
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 look ahead to the second round of Premier League fixtures as the transfer deadline edges closer.
The majority of the national press centre on the comments made by Manchester United manager David Moyes, as he claims Everton should 'do what's right' by Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines after seeing a double-bid rejected.
Meanwhile, Blues boss Roberto Martinez says the duo are focused on the task at hand at Goodison Park and also has words of praise for Phil Jagielka in the Express and Seamus Coleman in the Liverpool Echo.
The Echo also take a look at the Spanish influx into the Premier League, particularly on Merseyside.
And in the Daily Mail, boyhood Evertonian and former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher speaks in his column about coming to Goodison for the game today, whilst highlighting John Stones as one of his five young players to watch in the Premier League.