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What The Papers Say - 9 February

A round-up of the day's paper talk and transfer rumours.

What The Papers Say - 9 February

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

James McCarthy is the subject of several of Sunday’s papers.

The Liverpool Echo quotes the midfielder saying he has no regrets about signing for Everton.

In the Star, McCarthy reveals that Roberto Martinez is capable of delivering the ‘hairdryer’ when required.

And in the Telegraph McCarthy explains why he’s thriving in his role in the Everton side.

Elsewhere, the Sunday Express claims Arsenal are interested in signing Gareth Barry in the summer.

And the Star is reporting that Manchester United are planning to sign Seamus Coleman in a £45m ’swoop’ for the Everton man and Southampton’s Luke Shaw.

Finally, in the Mail on Sunday, Sylvain Distin discusses his remarkable longevity and consistency at the top level.

Eric Matthewsy dont teams just leave us alone this is why we can never progress because we start making progress other teams see it and then they take our players which than stops our progress.

Monday 10th February 09:14 Report Comment

david harmanwe must keep Coleman no matter what any club offer, we need all our stars for the futire of the club

Sunday 9th February 15:39 Report Comment
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