What The Papers Say - 21 April
Reaction to Sunday's win, plus Blues linked with United forward.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Monday's newspapers are full of reaction to Everton's resounding 2-0 victory over Manchester United.
In the Liverpool Echo, Seamus Coleman insists the Blues are fresher than ever and ready to claim a Champions League spot having stayed within one point of fourth-placed Arsenal.
The local paper also carries quotes from Roberto Martinez, who described his squad as 'special' and dedicated their record-breaking 20th league win of the season to Evertonians.
The Echo also report that Sylvain Distin could miss the final three games of the season after picking up a hamstring injury during yesterday's game.
The Blues’ first league double over Manchester United in 44 years has made many headlines in the national press, with the Times saying the result underlines how Everton have a bright future under Martinez.
Man of the Match Coleman is selected in many newspapers' 'Teams of the Weekend' and is also singled out by the Guardian as 'Player of the Weekend' for his superb display.
Meanwhile, the Daily Record suggest the Toffees are interested in Manchester United's Nick Powell, who is currently on loan at Wigan Athletic. Celtic and Swansea City are also reported to be targeting the 20-year-old forward.