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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Manchester United won their 20th title race at a canter and were even able to ease up

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    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Manchester United won their 20th title race at a canter and were even able to ease up in the second half against an out-classed Aston Villa. Also: An anger management expert who has worked with David Beckham and Wayne Rooney said last night Liverpool striker Luis Suarez could need a year of treatment to fully address his behavioural problems... Police are trying to identify the person responsible for sending sickening racist abuse to the girlfriend of Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Football Association may make an application to an independent regulatory commission to ban Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for as many as seven games - more than double the three-game tariff for violent conduct. Also: Goalkeeper Joe Hart has hit out at his Manchester City team-mates for failing to kill off their game against Tottenham.


    THE TIMES:
    Robin van Persie scored a stunning hat-trick as Manchester United clinched an unprecedented 20th championship in style at a jubilant Old Trafford last night. Also: Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has condemned Liverpool striker Luis Suarez as a serial offender who deliberately fouls opponents to gain an advantage... Prime Minister David Cameron has called on the FA to make an example of Luis Suarez... Brighton manager Gus Poyet is dismayed by what he sees as the "hypocrisy" on display during the latest Luis Suarez scandal.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Somehow, it felt appropriate that Robin van Persie should be so prominent on the night Manchester United, once again, could call themselves the champions of England. Also: Downing Street has called on the FA to make an example of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after he was charged with violent conduct for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic... Branislav Ivanovic has not accepted the apology from Luis Suarez over the biting incident and it has also emerged that the Metropolitan police asked to examine his arm.


    THE SUN:
    Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has not forgiven Liverpool striker Luis Suarez for biting him. Also: Wayne Rooney says it was bitter rivals City who inspired Manchester United to their record 20th title... Goalkeeper Joe Hart has vowed Manchester City will bounce back from their disappointing season.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Sir Alex Ferguson vowed to carry on next season after leading Manchester United to their 13th Barclays Premier League title. Also: Luis Suarez and Branislav Ivanovic had to be separated as they clashed in the tunnel before the Liverpool striker bit Chelsea's defender... Otman Bakkal - the victim of Luis Suarez's first bite on a football field - has slammed the Liverpool striker for his horrific chomp on Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Chelsea have launched a probe into claims Yossi Benayoun has been the target of sick anti-semitic chants - from his own supporters. Also: QPR have told manager Harry Redknapp no players will be sold this summer without his blessing... Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone admitted he may have to quit Spurs this summer - even if that means turning his back on the Champions League.


    DAILY STAR:
    Liverpool fear shamed striker Luis Suarez will be banned for 10 games for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Also: John O'Shea revealed that manager Paolo Di Canio sowed the seeds for Sunderland's revival within minutes of meeting his players for the first time... The foundations of Manchester United's 20th title victory were put in place almost 12 months ago. Last night was just the finishing touch.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    The Prime Minister has waded into the Luis Suarez furore and urged the FA to make an example of the Liverpool striker after he was formally charged with violent conduct for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Goalkeeper Joe Hart says Wembley places are up for grabs after Manchester City's shock collapse at Tottenham.



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    THE GUARDIAN:
    Luis Suarez has defied the Football Association's view that biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic warrants more than a three-match ban, less than 48 hours after apologising for his "inexcusable behaviour". Also: Rio Ferdinand has aimed a barb at Manchester City, the dethroned champions, by saying that Manchester United's title triumph is more credible as it was won on points rather than goal difference.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Rory McIlroy is set to be compelled to play for Ireland rather than Great Britain at the Rio Olympics when golf makes its return to the Games in 2016. Also: Bayern Munich stunned Lionel Messi's Barcelona with one of the great Champions League results in the first leg of their semi-final last night with a double from Thomas Muller, and goals from Mario Gomez and Arjen Robben.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Sir Alex Ferguson will build on Manchester United's 20th title triumph with a £50million spending spree this summer. Also: Harry Redknapp is fuming after QPR keeper Julio Cesar was snapped wearing a Chelsea kit.



    DAILY STAR:
    Roberto Mancini was left reeling last night when it emerged Edinson Cavani is set to snub Manchester City and join Paris St Germain instead. Also: John Terry has raised doubts about his future at Chelsea by revealing he has yet to be offered a new contract.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Bayern Munich may just have taken Barcelona's mantle of Europe's finest football team. They have almost certainly taken their place in the Champions League final with a first leg 4-0 mauling in a roaring Allianz Arena last night. Also: Luis Suarez gave notification yesterday that he is ready to fight a lengthy Football Association ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic by denying the FA's claim that a standard three-match ban is insufficient given the extraordinary nature of the incident.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Steven Gerrard faces an operation on a shoulder injury that could rule him out of England's friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil. Also: Liverpool scored another massive PR own goal last night after allowing Luis Suarez to contest the FA's claim that a three-game ban for biting is not harsh enough.



    THE SUN:
    Bite-shame Luis Suarez has finally admitted he needs help to curb his anger. Also: Arsenal fans are threatening to turn their backs on Manchester United if the champions are given a guard of honour at the Emirates on Sunday.



    THE TIMES:
    David Gill has vowed that Manchester United will spend in the summer as the newly-crowned Barclays Premier League champions bid to build on their twentieth title success and see off rivals whom he expects will "come back all guns blazing". Also: Luis Suarez will contest today the Football Association's contention that he should receive a ban in excess of three games for biting Branislav Ivanovic.

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    THE SUN:
    Luis Suarez is ready to quit Liverpool. Also: Jose Mourinho wants to take £53 million Atletico Madrid superstar Radamel Falcao with him to Chelsea this summer.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Liverpool are concerned Luis Suarez's 10-game ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic could force him out of England. Also: Sheik Mohammed has temporarily closed down the Newmarket stable of Mahmood Al Zarooni in the aftermath of the biggest drug scandal in British horse-racing.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Luis Suarez feels "destroyed" by the 10-match ban that he was handed yesterday for his biting shame. Also: Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United may be under a cloud, but he could not resist showing off the golden lining yesterday.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Luis Suarez is weighing up whether he has a future in English football after being left "shocked and disappointed" by the severity of his 10-match ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Fernando Torres is desperate to stay at Chelsea, help them win the domestic title again and then make them one of the best teams in Europe.


    DAILY STAR:
    Liverpool fear Luis Suarez will never play for the club again after he was handed a 10-match ban. Also: Fernando Torres insists he is not worried by Chelsea's efforts to land Falcao this summer.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is considering his future in English football after being left distraught by a 10-game suspension for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Football's coming home, and it will be striding through the Wembley door wearing lederhosen and yellow-and-black shirts.


    THE TIMES:
    Luis Suarez is considering his future in English football after being left "shocked and disappointed" at a ten-match ban imposed by the Football Association for biting Branislav Ivanovic. Also: Whatever the German is for El Clasico - Der Teutonico? - Wembley can prepare for the first all-German Champions League final after Borussia Dortmund put a bedraggled Real Madrid to the sword last night.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Luis Suarez is considering his future in English football having been left stunned by a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic at Anfield on Sunday. Also: Kevin Pietersen will miss England's bid to win a first major 50-over competition in the Champions Trophy in June, fuelling fears that the knee injury he suffered on the recent tour of New Zealand could even threaten his participation in the Ashes.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Chelsea's £50m striker Fernando Torres said yesterday that he would stay to fight for his place in the team even if the much sought-after Radamel Falcao was to arrive from Atletico Madrid this summer, increasing the pressure on the Spanish striker. Also: Liverpool have reacted with shock and dismay to the 10-game suspension handed out to Luis Suarez for biting Branislav Ivanovic, suggesting they are ready to appeal against the Football Association independent regulatory commission's verdict.end

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    THE SUN:
    David Luiz came to the rescue to leave Chelsea with one foot in the Europa League final. Also: Brendan Rodgers has accused the FA of hypocrisy for trying to throw Luis Suarez out with the garbage... Disgraced trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni has been banned for eight years in horse racing's biggest doping scandal.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Brendan Rodgers has accused the Football Association and the Prime Minister David Cameron of prejudicing Luis Suarez's hearing by an independent panel that wanted to "throw him to the garbage". Also: Mahmood Al Zarooni, the trainer at the heart of the Godolphin doping scandal, has been disqualified from racing for eight years following a disciplinary hearing at the British Horseracing Authority's offices in London yesterday.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Brendan Rodgers has admitted he would understand if Luis Suarez considered quitting the Premier League and accused the men who banned him for 10 games of "throwing him into the garbage". Also: Rafa Benitez will never have the love of the Chelsea support but he might just lead them to a fifth European final in the club's history which, given this strange, tumultuous season of theirs, does not feel like a bad outcome.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Rafa Benitez claimed a 'miscarriage of justice' at Anfield on Sunday was behind Chelsea's stunning victory in last night's Europa League semi-final. Also: Disgraced Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni was last night banned from racing for eight years after admitting he had given performance enhancing steroids to 15 horses in his Newmarket stable.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Brendan Rodgers has accused the FA of "throwing Luis Suarez out with the garbage". Also: Arsene Wenger admits he is "afraid" Jose Mourinho will help Chelsea blow away the rest of the Premier League if he returns to Stamford Bridge.



    DAILY STAR:
    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers last night launched a scathing attack on the FA - and Prime Minister David Cameron. Also: David Luiz grabbed Chelsea a Europa League semi-final win with the last kick of the game in Basle.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    In a city that was heaving with the World Watch and Jewellery Show, David Luiz timed his gem of a free-kick to perfection. Also: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes the intervention of Prime Minister David Cameron prejudiced Luis Suarez's chances of escaping a lengthy ban for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Brendan Rodgers last night accused the FA's Independent Regulatory Commission of bias and claimed they had thrown Luis Suarez "out with the garbage" by handing him a 10-match ban for biting. Also: Mahmood Al Zarooni,the trainer who brought shame to Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin racing operation, has been banned for eight years after being found guilty of using steroids on 15 of his Newmarket-based horses.



    THE TIMES:
    Brendan Rodgers has accused the FA's independent panel of being biased against Luis Suarez and "throwing him to the garbage" with a ten-game ban that he feels was influenced by David Cameron. Also: History, of a type, is looming once more for Chelsea.






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    Daily Express:
    John Terry wants to make an astonishing England comeback and help Roy Hodgson's faltering World Cup campaign. Also: Luis Suarez has been accused of damaging the image of English football across the world by the Independent Regulatory Commission that handed him a 10-match ban for biting.



    Daily Star:
    John Terry wants to make a sensational return for England. Also: Arsene Wenger last night delivered an amazing snub to Robin van Persie by picking his team-mate Michael Carrick as his Player of the Year.



    Daily Mirror:
    Luis Suarez was branded ''truly disgraceful'' by the panel that hammered him with a 10-match ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic. Also: John Terry is ready to make a U-turn and come out of international retirement.



    The Sun:
    John Terry wants to make a sensational England comeback. Also: Arsene Wenger snubbed Arsenal old boy Robin van Persie by insisting: Michael Carrick should be Player of the Year.



    Daily Mail:
    John Terry has performed an amazing U-turn by declaring himself ready to come out of international retirement with England. Also: Luis Suarez has expressed remorse after deciding not to contest his 10-game ban for biting Branislav Ivanovic.


    The Independent:
    John Terry has decided to end his self-imposed international retirement and will make himself available to Roy Hodgson for selection for England, starting with the end-of-season showcase friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil. Also: Luis Suarez was given a 10-game ban to send out a clear message and because the Liverpool striker had not appreciated how repellent his biting of Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic had been.


    The Guardian:
    John Terry is ready to end his self-imposed retirement from the England set-up and he is targeting a swansong at the World Cup finals in Brazil. Also: Luis Suarez failed to grasp the "gravity and seriousness" of his bite on Branislav Ivanovic, according to the independent panel that imposed a 10-match ban on the Liverpool striker.


    Daily Telegraph:
    John Terry wants to make a dramatic return to international football and is still hoping that he can make the World Cup in Brazil his swansong for England. Also: The fact that Luis Suarez's attack on Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic was seen by "millions of viewers" and became "the top trend on Twitter worldwide" during Sunday's Premier League match at Anfield was cited as justification for the controversial 10-game ban imposed on the Liverpool striker, it emerged on Friday night.


    The Times:
    John Terry is ready to come out of international retirement and hopes to be handed a sensational England recall by Roy Hodgson. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson offered his unlikely support to Liverpool last night as the Manchester United manager waded into the storm surrounding Luis Suarez with a fierce attack on the Football Association.

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    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Sam Warburton will be announced on Tuesday as captain for the British and Irish Lions for their tour of Australia, in a squad that will contain at least 15 Welshmen. Also: Roy Hodgson is unlikely include John Terry in his next England squad, despite the former captain's desire to come out of international retirement.



    THE SUN:
    Roberto Mancini will be Manchester City's manager next season - even if they lose the FA Cup final. Also: Gareth Bale will be crowned PFA Player of the Year for the second time tonight.



    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Manchester United will use funds from a series of lucrative commercial deals to press ahead with plans to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski.



    THE OBSERVER:
    John Terry would be ready to answer an emergency call-up for England but the Chelsea captain will play no part in the forthcoming friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.



    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    John Terry faces being banned from playing for England if he goes through with his bid to return to the national team. Also: England captain Chris Robshaw is in a desperate battle to claim the last back row place left in the British and Irish Lions squad to tour Australia this summer.


    THE PEOPLE:
    Brendan Rodgers is the shock name in the frame to replace Roberto Mancini as Manchester City manager. Also: Luis Suarez will be named in the PFA's Premier League team of the season despite the biting controversy.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Manchester City believe they are winning the battle to sign Edinson Cavani. Also: Martin O'Neill is heading for a sentimental return to Leicester City.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Liverpool are ready to make an £8million move for QPR striker Loic Remy as they prepare for life without the banned Luis Suarez. Also: The ugly side of football reared its head again yesterday as hundreds of Wolves fans demonstrated violently against club owner Steve Morgan.


    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Manchester City want to unleash a new £75million strikeforce on the Premier League next season - Napoli's Edinson Cavani and Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski. Also: Cesc Fabregas could be sold by Barcelona this summer to pay for a big rebuilding job at the Nou camp - putting Arsenal on red alert.


    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    Sir Alex Ferguson hopes to cherry pick from Borussia Dortmund's outstanding young side by luring midfielder Ilkay Gundogan and striker Robert Lewandowski to Old Trafford.



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    The Guardian:
    Arsene Wenger remains "convinced" that Arsenal will qualify for the Champions League but he warned that there was no longer any margin for error after a Bacary Sagna blunder allowed Robin van Persie to mark his Emirates Stadium return with Manchester United's equaliser in yesterday's 1-1 draw


    Daily Express:
    Joey Barton launched a foul-mouthed rant at his relegated Queens Park Rangers team-mates yesterday, calling them "maggots" for showing a lack of fight - and putting the blame on former manager Mark Hughes. Also: Gareth Bale was rewarded for his sensational season last night with both the PFA's Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year awards.


    Daily Mail:
    Queens Park Rangers were last night furious with Jose Bosingwa after he was caught laughing just moments after the club's relegation was confirmed. Also: David Beckham was sent off six minutes after coming on as a substitute as nine-man Paris Saint-Germain won 1-0 in a match which saw Marco Verratti also dismissed and a mass brawl break out after the final whistle.


    Daily Mirror:
    Harry Redknapp saw his QPR side finally relegated - and says they may never come back. Also: Alan Pardew has admitted his future is in Mike Ashley's hands.


    Daily Star:
    Harry Redknapp fears the spectre of a Wolves-style double relegation could hang over Queens Park Rangers. Also: Gareth Bale netted a superb double last night when he was named PFA Player and Young Player of the Year.


    The Sun:
    Alan Pardew has told Toon owner Mike Ashley: Back me or sack me!. Also: Frank Lampard moved to within one of Bobby Tambling's Chelsea goal record - then met him.


    The Daily Telegraph:
    Arsene Wenger has promised that he will not allow Sir Alex Ferguson to sign any more players from Arsenal but defended how his club - if not the fans - welcomed Robin van Persie on his return to the Emirates.


    The Times:
    Arsene Wenger admitted that Arsenal cannot afford to drop any more points if they are to qualify for next season's Champions League after Robin van Persie returned to haunt his former club and earn Manchester United a 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium yesterday.


    The Independent:
    A racing industry still reeling from last week's Godolphin drugs bombshell is set for a fresh shock today after a second Newmarket trainer disclosed to The Independent that he is facing a ban for injecting anabolic steroids.

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    THE SUN:
    Christian Benteke's hat-trick eased Villa's drop fears as 10-man Sunderland were hit for six. Also: Manchester United will have to battle Paris St Germain to recapture Cristiano Ronaldo... Harry Redknapp is staying at QPR after winning his budget battle with Tony Fernandes.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Christian Benteke scored a stunning hat-trick as Villa smashed 10-man Sunderland to give their survival hopes a massive boost. Also: The PFA have claimed race-row comedian Reginald D Hunter IGNORED their wanring not to use offensive language at their awards bash on Sunday... Angry Tony Fernandes blasted QPR's wage-thieves who have ripped the Premier League heart out of the club.


    DAILY STAR:
    Hat-trick hero Christain Benteke powered rampant Villa towards Premier League safety last night. Also: Tony Fernandes last night blasted QPR players, claiming they were more interested in going clubbing than helping their club... Roman Abramovich wants to dump John Terry as Chelsea captain and replace him with David Luiz.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Manchester City owner Sheik Mansour of Abu Dhabi is close to sealing an astounding 100million US dollars deal to establish a new Major League Soccer team in New York. Also: Chris Robshaw is expected to be overlooked when the Lions squad is announced this morning, just six weeks after being favourite for the captaincy... Tony Fernandes launched a scathing attack on his highly paid Queens Park Rangers flops yesterday as he confirmed Harry Redknapp will remain as the club's manager.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Christian Benteke struck a second-half hat-trick as Aston Villa went goal crazy to edge towards Premier League safety. Also: Footballers' union leader Clark Carlisle delivered a huge apology last night after a comedian created a new race row by using the word n***** at the players' glittering awards night in London... Racing's credibility suffered a further hammer blow when Newmarket trainer Gerard Butler admitted that he had injected his horses with anabolic steroids.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    A 38-man British and Irish Lions squad will finally be unveiled today after an intense 11th-hour debate over the potential inclusion of Jonny Wilkinson. Also: Sir Bradley Wiggins has said he sees his attempt to win this year's Giro d'Italia as the first part of a possible double that would involve the Tour de France... A glorious night for Aston Villa delivered an emphatic victory that gave their survival hopes a huge boost and brought Paolo Di Canio and Sunderland crashing back down to earth.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Paris St Germain's Qatari owners are confident that they can prise Arsene Wenger from the last year of his contract at Arsenal to become their new manager when Carlo Ancelotti leaves the French capital at the end of the season. Also: Jose Mourinho's future is set to be decided within the next few weeks if, as expected, Real Madrid exit the Champions League this evening at the hands of Borussia Dortmund... Aston Villa punished a perceived slight by Paolo Di Canio in spectacular style, hitting his Sunderland team for six on a remarkable, reverberating night at Villa Park.


    THE TIMES:
    Aston Villa took a huge step towards securing their Barclays Premier League status after Christian Benteke scored a hat-trick in a 6-1 victory over Sunderland last night that took them level with Paolo Di Canio's side, five points above the relegation zone. Also: A day of turmoil, embarrassment and debate at the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) ended last night with the union issuing an apology for the "wholly inappropriate" language used by a comedian at its annual awards ceremony... The group of Aston Villa fans planning to walk 89 miles to Wigan for the final match of the season were announced to an already excitable crowd at half-time last night, and it proved an inspirational introduction as their heroes took six giant steps on what should be a shorter stroll to safety.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Manchester City are poised for a potentially huge commercial breakthrough in the United States, as the club's Abu Dhabi owners prepare a 100million US dollars (£65m) deal to buy a New York Major League Soccer (MLS) franchise. Also: Queens Park Rangers began their long road back to the Premier League yesterday with chairman Tony Fernandes confirming that Harry Redknapp would still be in charge next year, but castigating his players for their lack of commitment this season, saying they looked unaffected by defeat... Alan Pardew is aware that relegation to the Championship could end his time in charge at Newcastle United.

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    Daily Star:
    Branislav Ivanovic last night urged Jose Mourinho to come back to Chelsea and make them champions again. Also: Snooker ace Ronnie O'Sullivan has told Luis Suarez: 'My mind guru will save your career like he did mine'.


    Daily Express:
    Jonny Wilkinson turned down a place among the Lions tour party named yesterday, forcing coach Warren Gatland into a self-confessed gamble by taking only two fly-halves to Australia. Also: Disgraced trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni was guilty of a "widespread systematic misuse of illegal substances'', according to the British Horseracing Authority.


    Daily Mirror:
    Zinedine Zidane has warned Spurs that even a monster £60 million price tag will not stop Real Madrid opening the bidding for Gareth Bale this summer. Also: Jose Mourinho crashed out of the Champions League last night but will be given a #100 million transfer kitty to rebuild Chelsea this summer.


    Daily Mail:
    Jonny Wilkinson ruled himself out of the Lions squad on a day of drama. Also: Wayne Rooney wants assurances over his role from manager Sir Alex Ferguson before signing a new deal at Manchester United.


    The Sun:
    Hatem Ben Arfa has riled suffering Newcastle fans by wearing a Paris Saint-Germain kit in a local gym. Also: Paris Saint-Germain have finally given up hope of landing Arsene Wenger this summer.


    The Independent:
    Frank Lampard's Chelsea career looks set to extend beyond next month and into another season as there is a willingness from the club to offer him a one-year extension, once the new manager is in place this summer. Also: FIFA yesterday finally published its long-awaited report into the corruption investigation at the top of the organisation.


    The Times:
    Jonny Wilkinson spoke last night of his disappointment that he was unable to make himself available for the Lions tour, insisting he would have relished the opportunity had his club commitments not created a conflict. Also: Sepp Blatter, the FIFA president, faced fresh calls for his resignation yesterday.


    The Guardian:
    Jonny Wilkinson has dramatically turned down an invitation to join this summer's British and Irish Lions tour, sparing Australia a reunion with their old nemesis. Also: Borussia Dortmund are on their way to Wembley. But only just.


    Daily Telegraph:
    The British and Irish Lions manager, Andy Irvine, disclosed last night that there had been a "very serious probability" that Warren Gatland would have selected three fly-halves for the tour of Australia if Jonny Wilkinson had not turned down the offer of a place during a phone call with the head coach on Monday. Also: The row over comedian Reginald D Hunter's "offensive" stand-up routine at the Professional Footballer's Association annual awards dinners escalated last night after the players' union demanded a full refund of the fee it paid him.

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    Daily Star:
    Roman Abramovich has shown Chelsea manager-in-waiting Jose Mourinho who's the boss by refusing to axe one of his key men at Stamford Bridge. Also: Andy Carroll is in line for an England recall when Three Lions assistant boss Ray Lewington runs the rule over the West Ham star on Saturday.



    Daily Express:

    Rafa Benitez last night warned Jose Mourinho to keep his nose out of Chelsea's affairs, as the Special One told the club he will come even if they fail to qualify for the Champions League. Also: Bayern Munich ensured there will be an all-German Champions League final at Wembley with another demolition of Barcelona.



    Daily Mirror:
    Tony Fernandes has turned his anger on Neil Warnock in the wake of QPR's relegation, fuming: "You started the rot at my club." Also: Jose Mourinho has been told that he must accept working under Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo if he wants to return to Stamford Bridge.



    Daily Mail:
    Roman Abramovich will have to pay as much as £12 million to bring Jose Mourinho back to Chelsea. Also: Andy Carroll is in line for an England recall for the friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.



    The Sun:
    England are ready to ask Andy Carroll to revive their World Cup hopes. Also: Ronnie O'Sullivan has rocked snooker by announcing he is quitting the game again.



    The Independent:

    Newcastle United have not made provisions for relegation in all of the contracts they gave to the players who arrived at St James' Park in January. Also: Chelsea could land Jose Mourinho on the cheap this summer and get the former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso into the bargain if the Real Madrid coach goes back to Stamford Bridge.



    The Times:
    Jose Mourinho has instructed his advisors to negotiate with Chelsea and Paris St-Germain before he makes a final decision on his future in the summer. Also: Manchester City are preparing an early signal of their intent in the transfer market this summer with the club closing in on a deal for Fernandinho, the Brazil midfielder, from Shakhtar Donetsk.



    The Guardian:
    Jose Mourinho's eagerness to return to Chelsea this summer would not be deflected even if the European Cup holders fail to qualify for next season's Champions League, with talks ongoing between the Portuguese's representative and the club's hierarchy. Also: Robbie Deans has promised the British and Irish Lions a hugely competitive series against an improving Wallaby side when the touring team arrive in Australia in June. Despite the long-term absence of the injured David Pocock there is rising optimism down under that the Lions will meet significantly stronger opposition than would have been the case 12 months ago.



    Daily Telegraph:
    Jose Mourinho's chances of returning to Chelsea as manager have increased after the Real Madrid coach lowered his demands. Also: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has revealed how his attempts to rehabilitate himself will be a family affair after his wife warned him to become "a happier person".


 
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