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DAILY TELEGRAPH : It was the obituary of English cricket in 1882 that led to the creation of the Ashes

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    It was the obituary of English cricket in 1882 that led to the creation of the Ashes but Australia are trying to create a fresh corpse for cremation after they fell to their fourth Ashes defeat in a row at Lord's yesterday. Also: As the star who has illuminated cycling stood sparkling in yellow in front of the Arc de Triomphe on a unique Parisian night, Chris Froome offered an emotional tribute to the woman who set him on the incredible road from the hills of Kenya all the way here to the Champs Elysees, where he was crowned the second successive British winner of the Tour de France.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Let us not reproach Lee Westwood for failing to convert on the final day of a major, but raise a glass to the marvellous Phil Mickelson, who did as the book of fable demands and ripped through the field to claim the greatest prize in golf. Also: Chris Froome completed his decade-long journey from the back roads of Kenya riding an MTB bike as a kid to the pinnacle of world cycling yesterday as he claimed his maiden Tour de France victory - and Great Britain and Team Sky's second in a row.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Chris Froome, by his own admission, is no cycling historian and, compared with Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins, remains largely ignorant of his sport's often chequered past. Also: In constructing what should be indelibly etched in history as one of the greatest final rounds in major championship history, Phil Mickelson moved into illustrious company.



    THE TIMES
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    Alastair Cook played down talk of a whitewash last night after becoming the first England captain since W.G. Grace in 1890 to win the first two games of an Ashes series in this country. Also: This was supposed to be Lee Westwood's day. The day the Englishman broke his duck in the major championships.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Alastair Cook insisted there would be no mercy shown as his team go in chase of an Ashes whitewash against an Australian side captain Michael Clarke admitted have become a laughing stock. Also: Lee Westwood's dreams of adding to Britain's great sporting summer of success with Open Championship glory were blown away by Phil Mickelson.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Alastair Cook hailed England's winning habit after they inflicted a fourth straight Test defeat on Australia for the first time in 85 years. Also: Phil Mickelson produced an inspired final round of 66 at Muirfield yesterday to claim his first Open Championship.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    Chris Froome was draped in a golden superhero's 'cape' as he baptised his Tour de France triumph with tears last night. Also: Joe Root celebrated his first Ashes Test-winning hundred to spark English dreams of a 5-0 whitewash...Lee Westwood insists he is no choker - despite blowing a final-round lead to let Phil Mickelson steal the glory.



    THE SUN:
    Alastair Cook's England side will continue to go for the jugular after they crushed the Aussies by 347 runs at Lord's yesterday. Also: Phil Mickelson shot the round of his life to win the Open - and leave Lee Westwood empty-handed.



    DAILY STAR
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    Australia captain Michael Clarke last night dramatically hinted he will consider his future if his shoddy side keep losing. Also: Emotional Phil Mickelson revealed he produced the round of his life to charge from the pack and win The Open.

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    THE SUN:
    Manchester United have been told not to waste their time by making a third bid for Cesc Fabregas. Also: Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez: Liverpool are too big to be pushed around.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Jose Mourinho is plotting a fixture coup in a bid to turn up the pressure on David Moyes and give Chelsea a head start over Manchester United in the Premier League title race. Also: Chelsea are ready to make a second bid to sign Wayne Rooney.



    DAILY MIRROR
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    Manchester United will make a third and final bid of £34million for Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas. Also: Arsene Wenger will go back with a make-or-break £40million bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Jermaine Pennant has been blocked for a second successive year from travelling with Stoke City to the United States for a pre-season tour. Also: Franco Baldini, the Tottenham sporting director, is understood to have held talks in person yesterday with Valencia officials in an attempt to finalise a deal for Spanish striker Roberto Soldado.



    THE TIMES
    : David Moyes has vowed to carve his own place in Manchester United's history - and he will have a transfer fund of close to £100million to spend to make his mark. Also: Allan Border, the man who rode to the rescue the previous time Australia lost six Test matches in a row nearly 30 years ago, says that he would be embarrassed to be in a team in which the bottom three are outperforming the top three with the bat.



    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Allan Border believes that Australia's batsmen are an embarrassment to their country and that the selectors need to take decisive action to avoid an Ashes whitewash. Also: Olympic 800m champion and world record holder David Rudisha will miss the remainder of the season and is unlikely to race again until at least March, the Kenyan athlete's coach has said.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    Manchester United are considering shattering their record transfer fee to sign Cesc Fabregas after Barcelona rejected their second bid of £30million for the Spain midfielder. Also: Barcelona have made Gerardo "Tata" Martino their new coach.



    DAILY STAR
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    Wayne Rooney has been playing golf at an exclusive course just 10 miles from Chelsea's t raining ground in spite of his current hamstring injury. Also: Paul Lambert is on a mission to slash £1 million a month off Aston Villa's wage bill.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    David Moyes has no intention of giving up on his pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas. Also: Graham Gooch insists there has been no mention of a 5-0 Ashes whitewash in England's dressing room.

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    The Independent:
    Anti-doping chief John Fahey has pledged to 'catch the cheats behind the cheats' by cracking down on doping violations by coaches, agents and physiotherapists. Also: New Barcelona coach Gerardo Martino's first job will be to persuade midfielder Cesc Fabregas not to leave the club and join Manchester United.



    The Times:

    James Anderson, the England fast bowler, has no sympathy for the troubled Australia cricket team and thinks his side's 5-0 Ashes defeat of 2006-07 will help motivate them to push for a whitewash this time. Also: Arsenal have failed in their latest attempt to sign Luis Suarez despite an extraordinary offer of £40,000,001 that they had hoped would force Liverpool to sell the Uruguay forward.



    Daily Mail:
    Arsenal risked the wrath of rivals Liverpool yesterday when they made an offer of just £1 over £40million - which triggered a key clause in Luis Suarez's contract. Also: Jimmy Anderson has thrown down the gauntlet to Australia, saying England are targeting a 5-0 whitewash.



    The Sun:
    Real Madrid last night stepped up their £130million hunt for Gareth Bale. Also: Arsenal last night made a cocky new bid to land Luis Suarez - by offering £1 more than the £40million trigger figure in his contract.



    Daily Star:
    Tottenham last night warned Real Madrid to back off over Gareth Bale as the dirty tricks campaign to unsettle him rumbles on. Also: Manchester United landing Cesc Fabregas is set to trigger the sale of Wayne Rooney to Chelsea.



    Daily Mirror:
    Arsene Wenger last night tabled a stunning and cheeky £40,000,001 bid for Luis Suarez. Also: Jimmy Anderson admits ruthless England have set their sights on a 5-0 Ashes whitewash over Australia.



    The Guardian:
    Arsenal have reinforced their determination to sign Luis Suarez with a club-record bid of £40m plus £1 for the Liverpool striker. Also: British Athletics' golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill is still unsure whether she will be fit to compete for gold at next month's world championships despite throwing a lifetime best in the javelin and winning the long jump during her comeback at Loughborough.



    Daily Telegraph:
    Arsenal last night stepped up their attempts to sign Luis Suarez by lodging an audacious bid of £40,000,001 for the Liverpool forward - one pound above the £40 million trigger clause in his Anfield contract. Also: Real Madrid have launched a new offensive for Gareth Bale by claiming the player has told Tottenham Hotspur that he wants to leave and has already agreed terms to join the Spanish club this summer.



    Daily Express:
    Arsenal have failed in another attempt to sign Luis Suarez, despite upping their bid to £40million and £1 for the Liverpool striker. Also: Golden girl Jessica Ennis-Hill is competing in pain but still hopes to go for gold at the World Championships.

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    THE SUN:
    Arsenal expect Luis Suarez to tell Liverpool he wants to leave and so force through a move to the Emirates. Also: Manchester United last night gave Chelsea a graphic demonstration of their intent to keep hold of Wayne Rooney.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Arsenal expect Luis Suarez to tell Liverpool today that he wants to leave for London. Also: Daniel Levy will break Tottenham Hotspur's famous pay ceiling to keep their poster-boy forward Gareth Bale from the clutches of Real Madrid.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Liverpool admitted for the first time they will sell Luis Suarez after the player told them he wants to talk to Arsenal. Also: Manchester United have upped the ante in their battle to keep Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes has been labelled a "dinosaur" by a top fitness coach after Robin van Persie was injured in only his second pre-season appearance for Manchester United. Also: Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has warned title rivals Manchester United and Chelsea: "I've got the best strike force in the Premier League."



    DAILY STAR:
    Luis Suarez has won his battle with Liverpool, who will finally let him have transfer talks with Arsenal. Also: Andre Villas-Boas' anger over the Gareth Bale saga was made even worse last night by an injury to Jan Vertonghen.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Liverpool will demand from Arsenal a fee of more than £50 million for Luis Suarez after manager Brendan Rodgers dismissed their £40 million bid as "nowhere near" the player's value. Also: Mo Farah believes he is an even stronger athlete than he was a year ago as he prepares for an emotional return to the scene of his double triumph in the Olympic stadium this weekend.



    THE TIMES:
    Lord Coe has called for anti-doping police to target coaches and managers in an attempt to save the reputation of athletics. Also: James Taylor will find the England dressing room a happier, more confident place than the fractured environment that greeted his introduction to the Test side last year.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Brendan Rodgers has urged Luis Suarez to repay the loyalty that Liverpool demonstrated throughout his racism and biting controversies as they prepare for a protracted dispute, potentially a legal one, with Arsenal over the striker's contract. Also: Lance Armstrong, the disgraced former seven-times Tour de France winner, has claimed that the United States government was content to turn a blind eye to drug-taking allegations because it wanted to take advantage of the publicity from being associated with him through sponsorship of the US Postal Service team.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is expected to tell Brendan Rodgers today that he wants to speak officially to Arsenal about a move following their bid of £40m plus £1, which the player believes obliges Liverpool to sell. Also: Back in April, the silence surrounding James Taylor was deafening. It appeared certain that he had no part to play for England this summer - and perhaps ever again - when the selectors decided that he was not among their 30 best players.

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    THE SUN:
    Manchester United's hopes of landing dream buy Cesc Fabregas dramatically improved last night. Also: Arsenal are in pole position to sign Luis Suarez after Real Madrid pulled out of the running to bag him... Olympic sprint legend Usain Bolt insists he is not a drug cheat in the wake of athletics' latest doping scandal.



    DAILY MIRROR:

    Liverpool have made Roberto Soldado their No 1 target to replace Luis Suarez. Also: Papiss Cisse yesterday called a truce in his battle with Newcastle over wearing the Wonga logo - following spiritual advice from Muslim leaders... Yaya Toure says Manchester City have shown their intent to reclaim the Premier League title by spending nearly £100million on new players.



    DAILY STAR:

    Brendan Rodgers has pushed Luis Suarez even closer to the Liverpool exit door. Also: David Moyes has been told he is wasting his time chasing Cesc Fabregas - but he is refusing to give up on the Barcelona star... Yaya Tour is a man under pressure - and that's just the way he likes it.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Usain Bolt says he is clean and is ready to show the world tonight that he can save athletics from the drug cheats. Also: Liverpool have told Arsenal they have until next week to meet their £50million valuation of Luis Suarez or face missing out on the striker altogether... David Moyes, dismissed as a "dinosaur" by Dutch fitness coach Raymond Verheijen, is trying to breathe new life into Manchester United by continuing his pursuit of Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Cesc Fabregas has told friends in English football he wants to quit Barcelona for Manchester United. Also: Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez he will be making a big mistake if he turns his back on Liverpool for Arsenal this summer... Jose Mourinho last night urged his Chelsea team to seize the advantage over Manchester United after his plan fell into place to move a fixture forward against Aston Villa.



    THE TIMES:
    Usain Bolt launched a passionate defence of his record as the spectre of doping hovered over the start of the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games in the Olympic Stadium tonight. Also: Positive developments have been in limited supply for Alan Pardew this summer - a summer dominated by the arrival of Joe Kinnear as director of football - but one has emerged with Papiss Demba Cisse's decision to end his dispute with Newcastle United over their sponsorship by Wonga, the pay-day loan company... Jose Mourinho expressed confidence last night that Chelsea will sign Wayne Rooney before the transfer window closes after watching his players complete a successful tour of Asia with an 8-1 thrashing of the Indonesia All Stars.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Usain Bolt is the first to admit that Jamaica is still reeling and the sport of athletics damaged by the latest drug scandals, but the world's fastest man insists his results are down to talent and hard graft alone. Also: Luis Suarez would be happy for the Premier League to step in and settle his contract-clause dispute with Liverpool such is the conviction of the player and his agent, Pere Guardiola, that they are in the right... The chances of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini starting the season at Goodison Park are increasing after the Everton manager, Roberto Martinez, revealed that Manchester United's interest in the pair had gone cold.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    It was Usain Bolt's read-my-lips moment, when the greatest sportsman of his age told the world it could trust him. "I know I'm clean," he said. Also: After a prolonged stand-off Papiss Cisse has agreed to wear Newcastle United shirts bearing the Wonga logo next season and will resume training with Alan Pardew's squad this morning... Manchester United will not sell Wayne Rooney even if their No 1 target Cesc Fabregas or another forward is recruited this summer.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Triple London 2012 Olympic champion Usain Bolt said yesterday he was "made to inspire" and that his world-beating exploits on the track were down to natural talent and not performance-enhancing drugs. Also: Brendan Rodgers has warned Luis Suarez that he will be making a mistake if he joins Arsenal because Liverpool are a far bigger club... Manchester United have not given up their pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas and talks to bring the Spain midfielder to Old Trafford are "ongoing", according to manager David Moyes.

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    DAILY MIRROR:
    Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has again told Gareth Bale he will not be sold to Real Madrid after the Spanish club's dirty tricks campaign hit a new low. Also: Luis Suarez has been told he has no chance of moving to Arsenal for £40million.






    DAILY STAR:
    Gareth Bale has been warned by Real Madrid: It's now or never to move to the Bernabeu. Also: Cesc Fabregas is not available to Manchester United - at any price... The war of words between Liverpool and Luis Suarez intensified last night, with the club insisting he is not for sale.








    THE SUN:
    Gareth Bale has told Tottenham chiefs: ''I want to join Real Madrid.'' Also: Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal are nowhere near signing Luis Suarez.






    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    It may not quite atone for missing out on the Olympic final a year ago, but Perri Shakes-Drayton made the most of last night's reprise in the Olympic Stadium when she ran the fastest 400m hurdles of her life. Also: A group of leading Premier League managers have voiced fears that their players risk serious injury if they set foot this weekend on what Paolo Di Canio has branded a "killer pitch".






    DAILY MAIL:
    Premier League officials were last night under pressure to abandon their prestigious Barclays Asia Trophy on what Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio labelled a 'killer pitch'. Also: Jessica Ennis-Hill's chances of making the World Championships in Moscow next month hang on whether she comes through today's tests in the 100 metre hurdles and long jump at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games.






    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes was dealt a fresh blow last night in his unsteady start as Manchester United boss when Barcelona told him to give up on signing Cesc Fabregas. Also: Usain Bolt kept his promise last night and showed the drugs cheats how it should be done.






    THE GUARDIAN:
    Arsenal are preparing to raise their offer once again for the Liverpool striker Luis Suarez as they seek to capitalise on perceived tensions between the player and his employer. Also: The sight of Usain Bolt bounding away from his 100m rivals over 41 lengthening strides retains its capacity for wonder and awe. As does his ability to mine times deep under the 10-second barrier.






    THE INDEPENDENT:
    If time in the middle is the best investment available to an opening batsman, Shane Watson and Chris Rogers have missed a gilt-edged bargain at Hove. Also: When asked to describe the stand-out moment of last summer, for Jessica Ennis-Hill it was not so much the gold medal being placed around her neck or the national anthem blaring out inside the Olympic Stadium. Rather it was those first nervous steps as she entered the venue for day one of the heptathlon, what she called "a moment that will stick with me for ever".






    THE TIMES:
    Jessica Ennis-Hill may be excused all this legacy talk. One year on from her scene-stealing turn as the poster girl and she is labouring. Also: The Tour of Poland begins today in Rovereto, a mountain town in the north of Italy. If that seems unlikely, then maybe it is a fitting place for Sir Bradley Wiggins to start his comeback.

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho has been handed a £30million war chest to win the battle with Manchester United over Wayne Rooney. Also: Real Madrid were last night preparing a jaw-dropping £95million bid to finally snatch Gareth Bale from Tottenham.






    THE INDEPENDENT:
    A year on, a different name, a different aim. There was no smile from Jessica Ennis-Hill when she was introduced to the gleeful audience shoe-horned into the Olympic stadium, no wave, just a tension-edged stare down the home track. Also: The curtain came down on the 2012 Games with Usain Bolt crossing the line out in front for his third gold.






    THE OBSERVER:
    Gareth Bale has been left distraught by the refusal of Daniel Levy, the Tottenham Hotspur chairman, to consider a world record 100million euro - £86.3million - offer from Real Madrid. Also: Ken Bates says he was abruptly sacked from his tenure as the Leeds United president by the new owners, GFH, after he entered the club into a contract with the private aeroplane company 247 Jet that could be used to fly him to Leeds from his Monaco home.






    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Tottenham would have to rip up Andre Villas-Boas' blueprint for this season if they sold Gareth Bale. Also: Michael Clarke and his suffering Aussie pals have been warned: "Your worst Ashes pain and agony is yet to come!"






    THE MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Spurs superstar Gareth Bale is in turmoil after the club turned down a world record £82million bid for him from Real Madrid. Also: Jessica Ennis-Hill's participation in next month's world championships in Moscow has been plunged into doubt by injury.






    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Joe Kinnear is determined to make Newcastle United a Champions League club. Also: Former Manchester United striker Diego Forlan has warned Arsenal that they need Luis Suarez to become genuine title contenders.






    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Spurs have told Real Madrid they can buy Gareth Bale - for a world record £100million! Also: Mo Farah, Britain's iconic double Olympic champion, last night said he will quit the track after next month's World Championships in Moscow to focus on mastering the marathon.






    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Cesc Fabregas has agreed to join Manchester United following a secret meeting between the Barcelona star's agent Darren Dein and Old Trafford chief executive Ed Woodward. Also: Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill is on the verge of pulling out of the World Championships.






    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Lord Coe looks poised to become the most powerful man in world athletics after Lamine Diack confirmed that he will be stepping down as president of the International Association of Athletics Federations in 2015 and will recommend a successor without the need for an election. Also: Gareth Bale will fly into London from Hong Kong today for decisive talks with Tottenham over his future after Andre Villas-Boas pointedly refused to deny a Real Madrid offer for the winger.






    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    Jessica Ennis-Hill's chances of retaining her world heptathlon title in Moscow are slipping away. Also: Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas stonewalled questions about Gareth Bale's future as speculation intensified yesterday over Real Madrid's transfer plans.

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    THE SUN:
    Bayern Munich are ready to offer £40million for Chelsea's David Luiz. Also: David Moyes last night dismissed talk of a feud with Jose Mourinho; Real Madrid hope to seal a £95million deal for Gareth Bale before they return from their US tour on August 11.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Gareth Bale's fate took a dramatic twist last night when Spurs chairman Daniel Levy cut short his holiday and flew to London for crunch talks with the £85million-rated winger. Also: Heartbroken Lewis Hamilton revealed the pain behind his maiden win for Mercedes at the Hungarian Grand Prix and dedicated the historic victory to his popstar ex-girlfriend of five years, Nicole Scherzinger.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Daniel Levy is giving Gareth Bale the silent treatment over Real Madrid's world-record bid to sign him. Also: Lovelorn Lewis Hamilton finally broke his Mercedes duck - and dedicated the emotional victory to his ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger; David Moyes has admitted Manchester United may give up on their pursuit of Cesc Fabregas.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sir Bobby Charlton ended Manchester United's silence on Wayne Rooney's future by backing the forward to stay and break his goalscoring record. Also: Richard Scudamore has cranked up the tension between the Premier League and Football Association by launching a scathing attack on the English game's governing body.



    DAILY STAR:

    Tottenham will go for Argentina ace Javier Pastore as they face up to the prospect of life without Gareth Bale. Also: Lewis Hamilton claimed his maiden win for Mercedes yesterday and then dedicated the victory to his ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger; David Moyes has admitted he is ready to give up on signing Cesc Fabregas.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:

    He began the day quoting Twelfth Night and ended it in a midsummer night's dream. A sensational drive from Lewis Hamilton in the searing heat of Hungary, one he described as among "the most important" of his career, handed the 2008 world champion his first win for Mercedes and at the same time reignited his title challenge. Also: Tottenham Hotspur are ready to restart contract talks with Gareth Bale this week but are facing the prospect of another bid from Real Madrid as the race to secure the future of the Wales international intensifies.



    THE TIMES:
    Lewis Hamilton kept his emotions in check long enough to blaze to a first victory for his new Mercedes team yesterday and put himself into contention for the Formula One world championship. Also: Daniel Levy had refused to have talks with Gareth Bale about a supposed gentlemen's agreement that could allow the Welshman to fulfil his desire to move to Real Madrid.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    Richard Scudamore, the Premier League chief executive, has launched a scathing attack on the Football Association, expressing frustration about how his organisation is blamed for England's failures at major tournaments. Also: Lewis Hamilton produced one of the finest drives of his career to win his first grand prix with Mercedes in Budapest yesterday.



    THE INDEPENDENT:

    Tottenham Hotspur find themselves at loggerheads today with their star player Gareth Bale and his advisers, who have their heart set on a move to Real Madrid and believe that the two clubs should reach an agreement over a deal for the Wales international. Also: Lewis Hamilton won his fourth Hungarian Grand Prix yesterday and his first victory for Mercedes just hours after saying that it would be a miracle if he finished in first place.

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    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted he is "tired" of life in England and is eager to move abroad to get away from what he sees as press persecution. He added that he had already informed his manager, Brendan Rodgers, of his feelings. Also: Manuel Pellegrini claims he has agreed to take over as manager of Manchester City at the end of the season and just needs to put pen to paper on his new contract to finalise the move. The 59-year-old Chilean coach also confirmed in an interview with Malaga's Canal Sur radio station that he had chosen City over Paris Saint-Germain despite strong interest from the French club.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    Luis Suarez has encouraged Real Madrid's hopes of luring him away from Liverpool this summer by admitting he would find it hard to resist an approach from the Spanish institution. Also: Kevin Pietersen will meet Andy Flower at Lord's on Thursday with the England team director expecting another positive update on the batsman's progress towards an Ashes return. Pietersen returned to the nets this week for the first time since he left England's tour of New Zealand before the third Test in March with severe bruising to the bone behind his right knee. Flower is still refusing to put a date on his likely return to action with Surrey, but is hopeful that he remains on course to play enough cricket in June and early July to prove his fitness and build form and confidence, before the first Test against Australia which starts at Trent Bridge on 10 July.


    THE SUN:
    Roy Hodgson's England may look like Germany - but they certainly don't play like them. Also: Jose Mourinho is Chelsea's new manager - and that's official.


    DAILY STAR
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    Frank Lampard showed real leadership qualities by riding to England's rescue again last night. Also: New Napoli boss Rafa Benitez is out to block Edinson Cavani's £50m move to Manchester City.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Luis Suarez last night dropped a bombshell on Liverpool by admitting he would love to move to Real Madrid. Also: Roy Hodgson saw England held to a dismal draw as their much-anticipated rematch with Ireland fell flat.


    DAILY MAIL
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    Frank Lampard saved England from a humiliating Wembley defeat last night. Also: Luis Suarez has cast doubt over his Liverpool future after saying he would find it hard to turn down a move to Real Madrid.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    England flew straight to the Copacabana at the final whistle and at times last night they looked already on the beach. England, who face Brazil in Sunday's friendly in Rio, will need to discover more belief and invention if they are to make the same journey next year for the World Cup finals. Also: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has admitted he would find it hard to turn down a move to Real Madrid, insisting he was not prepared to put up with the criticism he has faced in England any longer.


    THE TIMES:
    Roy Hodgson was accused of taking England back to the Dark Ages in their 1-1 draw against Ireland at Wembley last night. Also: Luis Suarez has thrown his Liverpool future into yet more doubt by confirming that he would find it hard to turn down an offer from Real Madrid.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Frank Lampard last night proved he does not need the captain's armband to show he is England's leading man. Also: England will touch down in Rio today still seeking hard evidence of an upturn in their fortunes.

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    THE SUN:
    Daniel Levy will reject Real Madrid's offer of cash plus players for Gareth Bale as he becomes increasingly angry with the Spanish giants. Also: Real Madrid legend Zinedine Zidane last night pleaded with Spurs: Let Gareth Bale talk to us or he may not get another chance.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Gareth Bale will report back to training today as Real Madrid keep up their seduction, with Zinedine Zidane claiming the player should be allowed to leave Tottenham and follow his dreams. Also: Kevin Pietersen came through a thorough fitness Test at Old Trafford yesterday and seems certain to take his place tomorrow in an England team seeking to win the first three Tests of an Ashes series for the first time in 84 years.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Joey Barton will sacrifice half his wages if it means he can play for his beloved Everton. Also: Tottenham want Luka Modric from Real Madrid as part of the world-record deal for Gareth Bale.


    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Real Madrid have indicated they will break the bank if necessary to get Gareth Bale as Zinedine Zidane cranked up the pressure on Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy to sell. Also: Liverpool's staff have been told to watch out for fans who shout out insults such as 'Don't be a woman', 'You play like a girl' and 'Man up'.


    DAILY STAR
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    Zinedine Zidane has told Tottenham: Don't deny Gareth Bale the chance to fulfil his Real Madrid dream. Also: Manchester United have been accused of fleecing their fans by becoming the first British club to make it pay-per-view to watch a game.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
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    Gareth Bale will report to Tottenham Hotspur's training ground in turmoil today as the prospect of a world-record £85million transfer to Real Madrid threatens to boil over into acrimony. Also: Liverpool have taken the unusual step of issuing employees with a list of explicitly unacceptable language to be eradicated on a matchday.


    THE TIMES
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    Tottenham Hotspur will reluctantly agree to sell Gareth Bale to Real Madrid as long as Luka Modric is included in what would be a world-record transfer deal. Also: England will make a decision today on whether Kevin Pietersen has recovered sufficiently from his calf injury to play in the third Investec Test against Australia, which begins at Emirates Old Trafford tomorrow.


    THE GUARDIAN
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    English football has been warned it has allowed one of its major clubs to be exploited as a "branding vehicle" by an international regime accused of human rights abuses after a trial in Abu Dhabi, a country ruled by Manchester City's owner and his brothers, was widely denounced as repressive, involving torture, and "fundamentally unfair". Also: Kevin Pietersen took a major step towards proving his fitness for the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford as Lancashire dismissed Australian suspicions of an ugly-looking pitch.


    THE INDEPENDENT
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    Little more than a week after Chris Froome celebrated winning the landmark 100th Tour de France in what was supposed to signal the dawn of a new era, cycling was instead propelled towards civil war over an increasingly bitter battle to govern the sport. Also: Jimmy Anderson and Old Trafford deserve each other at last. One of the most complete fast bowlers in the world will play his first Ashes Test at a ground that is now fit to keep him company.


 

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