What The Papers Say - 29 June
Several players linked with moves to Goodison.
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With less than 50 days until the new season gets underway, Sunday's newspapers contain plenty of transfer speculation.
The Liverpool Echo link Everton with a swoop for Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, with the notion of an Old Trafford exit becoming more possible amid the Red Devils' own summer spending.
The Sunday Mirror and Sunday People both claim that Gareth Barry will become a permanent Blue within the next 48 hours, after the midfielder rejected a more lucrative offer from West Ham.
Jack Rodwell is another familiar face linked with a return to Goodison Park - and the People claim Newcastle, Sunderland and West Brom are also interested.
The People also link Everton with a move for Bosnia and Herzegovina international Muhamed Besic.
The 21-year-old midfielder is currently at Ferencvaros and is said to be available for £2million.
And the Star on Sunday claim Everton, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid have all monitored Greek striker Georgios Samaras at this summer's World Cup.
Elsewhere, Tim Howard appears in the People and Star praising Jurgen Klinsmann's shake-up of the US squad.
The Liverpool Echo chart the rise of Seamus Coleman after he penned a five-year contract extension at Goodison this week, while former Blue Lee Carsley also has his say on the Ireland man's commitment.
David Prentice writes about the new Everton home kit and uncovers the Club's history with non-white socks.
North of the border, Alan Stubbs reveals how Roberto Martinez helped pave the way for him to become the new manager of Hibernian.
The former Everton Under-21s boss explains how he had spoken to Martinez after being offered an interview for an assistant's post in the Championship, but the Spaniard told him that he is a manager and his own man.