• 129
  • 3

What The Papers Say - 31 August

Blues linked with Portuguese midfielder and more.

What The Papers Say - 31 August

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 focus on today's clash with Cardiff City and possible comings and goings ahead of the impending transfer deadline.

The Liverpool Echo report that Roberto Martinez has no concerns about picking midfielder Marouane Fellaini for the trip to South Wales, despite continuing speculation linking the Belgian with a move to Manchester United.

In the same paper, Martinez also reiterates his wish to see the transfer window closed before each season starts.

The Daily Mirror say Everton are considering a last-gasp swoop for Portuguese midfielder Diogo Viana.

The 23-year-old plays for Gil Vincente in his homeland and scored in last week's game against Benfica. He is thought to be available for around £2.1million and is also said to be interesting Aston Villa.

Meanwhile, the Guardian is one of a number of national newspapers reporting that Fellaini remains a target for Manchester United manager David Moyes, despite the Old Trafford outfit lodging bids for Roma's Daniele De Rossi and Athletic Bilbao's Ander Herrera.

 

mark fosterWE NEED A STRIKER!!!!

Sunday 1st September 00:01 Report Comment

steven allenShould have signed Moses ages ago, need a new defender and quality finisher to put the goals away we are not clinical enough

Saturday 31st August 20:18 Report Comment

keith coldockTransfer window should br end of season to start of new season,having clubs trying to poach your players two weeks in is disgusting ( Mr. Moyes )

Saturday 31st August 19:33 Report Comment
StubHub

StubHub

Everton Season Ticket holders can list their seat for any Barclays Premier League game that they can’t attend on StubHub, the Official Ticket Marketplace

Find out more
Match Highlights Archive

Match Highlights Archive

Watch highlights from classic and recent Everton games on evertontv.

Find out more
2014/15 Season Tickets

2014/15 Season Tickets

All the information you could need about securing your seat at Goodison.

Find out more
Shop Online

Shop Online

Buy Everton merchandise on our online store.

Find out more
History Timeline

History Timeline

A quick visual walk through Everton's rich and fascinating history.

Find out more

This site uses cookies. Click here to learn more.