What The Papers Say - 13 June
A round-up of Friday's local and national newspapers.
The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton.
Roberto Martinez's new contract dominates Friday's newspapers.
The Club announced on Thursday evening that it had further secured the future of the Spaniard by means of a new five-year deal.
The Liverpool Echo feature chairman Bill Kenwright's reaction as he describes Martinez as 'the best young manager in Europe'.
The Daily Telegraph, The Times and The Guardian also carry the news.
Neil Warnock appears in the Independent discussing his pride ahead of Phil Jagielka's expected World Cup bow for England on Saturday.
The former Sheffield United boss gave Everton's skipper his professional debut at Bramall Lane in May 2000.
On the transfer front, one tabloid claim Hull City defender Curtis Davies is to be offered £30,000 a week to ward off interest from the Blues, Newcastle United and Sunderland.