What The Papers Say - 5 May
A round-up of Monday's newspaper coverage.
Ross Barkley is again the major talking point in Monday's newspapers.
In the nationals, boss Roberto Martinez tips his midfielder to gatecrash England's World Cup squad.
Daily Mail columnist Jamie Redknapp highlights the 20-year-old similarly and includes him in his 23-man squad.
The Telegraph claim Manchester United' Michael Carrick could be the player to miss out in place of Barkley.
Elsewhere, Steven Naismith tells the Daily Mirror that even though Everton's Champions League dream died with Saturday's defeat to Manchester City, the Blues still kept their honour.
And in the Liverpool Echo, Greg O'Keeffe and David Prentice both write that there is much to look forward to after Martinez's first season in charge.