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THE SUN: Wigan went from FA Cup glory to relegation heartbreak last night. Also: Crocked John Terry will lift the

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    THE SUN:
    Wigan went from FA Cup glory to relegation heartbreak last night. Also: Crocked John Terry will lift the trophy with Frank Lampard if Chelsea win tonight's Europa League final.


    THE TIMES:
    Roberto Martinez paid tribute to his Wigan Athletic side after their luck finally ran out when they were relegated from the Premier League after a 4-1 defeat by Arsenal, just three days after the greatest day in their history when they lifted the FA Cup. Also: Wayne Rooney is likely to perform another dramatic about-turn by committing his future to Manchester United under David Moyes.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    From Wembley ecstasy, to Championship anonymity. Wigan Athletic have become the first FA Cup winners to be relegated after they ran into an Arsenal team on a mission to Europe. Also: Bayern Munich have flatly denied they are willing to offer Wayne Rooney a way out of Manchester United.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Wigan last night became the first FA Cup winners to suffer relegation in the same season. Also: John Terry faces Europa League heartbreak to convince manager Rafa Benitez to put him on the bench for the final against Benfica here tonight.


    DAILY STAR:
    Wigan were sent crashing into the Championship last night after a crushing defeat by Arsenal. Also: David Moyes may not have been Manchester United's first choice to take over from Sir Alex Ferguson.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wigan made unwanted history by becoming the first FA Cup winners to be relegated in the same season. Also: Stand-in skipper Frank Lampard last night revealed Chelsea have not practised penalties ahead of the Europa League final.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsenal finally relegated brave Wigan last night, and took a massive stride toward claiming Champions League football again next season. Also: Frank Lampard has admitted that Chelsea have not been practising penalties as they prepare to face Benfica in the Europa League final tonight.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    If Wayne Rooney's time at Manchester United really is coming to a close, it seems that Bayern Munich can be struck from his list of potential destinations. Also: David Platt has resigned from Manchester City as assistant manager having declined the offer to continue, with the 46-year-old deciding that after the sacking of Roberto Mancini he would follow the Italian, who is a good friend, from the club.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Wigan Athletic made history at Wembley at the weekend, winning the first major trophy in their 81 years, and then sadly, painfully, tearfully they made more history here, becoming the first FA Cup winners to suffer relegation in the same season. Also: Roberto Mancini's dismissal as Manchester City manager has been received with "delight" and "relief" by the first-team squad and remaining members of the backroom team as a result of intense antipathy towards the Italian's dictatorial approach.

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    THE SUN:
    Alex Ferguson threw down the gauntlet to new Manchester United manager David Moyes and roared: Make it three titles in a row. Also: Roberto Mancini was axed by Manchester City last night - and could walk straight into a job with Monaco ... Phil Jagielka is a £10million target for new Manchester United boss David Moyes.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Roberto Mancini's reign as Manchester City manager was ended last night - a year to the day after he won the Barclays Premier League title. Also: Wayne Rooney is expected to meet David Moyes for talks over his future as early as next week - and last night Manchester United's new manager described the striker as 'one of the best players in the world' ... Jack Wilshere will undergo ankle surgery next week, ruling him out of England's forthcoming internationals against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney was booed by Manchester United fans on the team's open-top bus parade to celebrate their Premier League triumph. Also: Manchester City last night sacked Roberto Mancini - a year to the day after he led them to the Premier League title.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Moyes is set for talks with Wayne Rooney next week to establish whether he is prepared to make a U-turn on his decision to quit Manchester United. Also: Rafa Benitez is expected to make a late U-turn and play record-breaker Frank Lampard in the Europa League final ... Laura Robson destroyed one of the legends of the game when she beat five-time Wimbledon champion Venus Williams in the first round of the Rome International event - then admitted she has predicted her victory five years ago.


    DAILY STAR:
    David Moyes will hold showdown talks with Wayne Rooney next week in a bid to resolve the striker's Manchester United future. Also: Real Madrid have already started the hunt for Jose Mourinho's successor by making a move for Carlo Ancelotti... Sir Alex Ferguson has issued one final challenge to his Manchester United squad - win a hat-trick of Barclays Premier League titles.


    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Manuel Pellegrini's imminent appointment as Manchester City manager confirms the emergence of Txiki Begiristain, the sporting director at the Etihad Stadium, as the true driving force of change on the football side of the club. Also: Jose Mourinho's expected return to Chelsea moved another significant step forward last night when Real Madrid made what Paris St Germain are treating as an official approach for Carlo Ancelotti.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester City's sacking of Roberto Mancini is expected to spark a desperate scramble for the Italian's services and a managerial merry-go-round among some of Europe's leading clubs. Also: Alan Pardew has been told to prepare for next season after Newcastle secured their position in the Barclays Premier League by beating QPR at the weekend.


    THE GUARDIAN:
    Wayne Rooney and Manchester United are locked in a stalemate regarding his future, with the forward expected to meet with new manager David Moyes next week for discussions that may lead to a compromise. Also: Arsene Wenger has confirmed Jack Wilshere will miss England's friendlies against Republic of Ireland and Brazil to have a minor operation on his right ankle... Rio Ferdinand is expected to hold contract talks with Manchester United on a new one-year deal.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Arsene Wenger sees something of his younger self in Roberto Martinez and said it would be "sad" if Wigan are relegated, as they surely will be if they do not beat Arsenal tonight. Also: Southampton's controversial chairman Nicola Cortese is looking for renewed backing from the trust which owns the club, before he decides whether to continue ... Roy Hodgson will be at the Emirates Stadium tonight to watch Wigan's Callum McManaman for the second time in four days.

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    THE SUN:
    Chelsea were last night crowned Europa League . Also: Roy Hodgson is totally behind Rio Ferdinand's decision to quit England.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Rafa Benitez will sign off at Chelsea with silverware after Branislav Ivanovic's stunning injury-time winner took the Europa League trophy to Stamford Bridge. Also: Ashley Cole will be invited to captain England against the Republic of Ireland on May 29 to commemorate his 100th cap - only seven months after the controversial full back branded the FA a 'bunch of t***s'.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Branislav Ivanovic handed Rafa Benitez the perfect farewell gift in Amsterdam. Also: Wayne Rooney is at the centre of a bizarre transfer saga linking him with a move to Newcastle.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Chelsea won the Europa League in dramatic fashion in Amsterdam last night as Branislav Ivanovic headed a winner in stoppage time. Also: Rio Ferdinand's decision to call time on his international career will not lead to a recall for John Terry.



    DAILY STAR:
    Branislav Ivanovic headed Chelsea to Europa League glory in Amsterdam last night. Also: Manuel Pellegrini has handed Manchester City a five-man shortlist of transfer targets after agreeing a two-year contract at the Etihad.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    They just never give up. Chelsea just keep on fighting. Just as thoughts were turning to extra time last night, Branislav Ivanovic, who missed last year's Champions League final suspended, settled this Europa League final with a glorious header that looped through the air.



    THE TIMES:
    Chelsea made history last night by becoming the first club to hold the Champions League and Europa League concurrently as they stunned Benfica with a dramatic stoppage-time winner from Branislav Ivanovic.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    The huge clocks at either end of the stadium had just ticked past 92 minutes when Branislav Ivanovic made the run that will immortalise him in Chelsea history. Also: Andy Murray, as disconsolate as he has been for some time after being struck down again by a chronic back injury, said yesterday, his 26th birthday, that he would be "very surprised" if he were ready to play in the French Open, which starts a week this Sunday.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Frank Lampard lifted the Europa League for victorious Chelsea last night after a stunning late victory and is set for further reward with a new one-year contract extension to stay at Stamford Bridge set to be confirmed.

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    THE SUN:
    David Beckham was last night urged to stick with England and take a top job at the FA. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has finally admitted he always put pressure on referees as he prepares for his final game at West Brom on Sunday.



    DAILY MAIL:
    David Beckham brought the curtain down on an eventful, often turbulent, career yesterday as he announced his retirement from professional football. Also: Arsenal have discussed a move for unsettled Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Spurs are confident Gareth Bale will sign a stunning new deal worth £170,000 a week. Also: David Beckham yesterday announced his retirement after one of the greatest careers in football history.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    David Beckham believes he is bowing out as a champion and hopes he will be remembered more for his achievements on the pitch rather than the focus he has drawn off it. Also: Frank Lampard believes the return of Jose Mourinho to Chelsea will give him the chance to win the fourth Premier League title he wants so badly.



    DAILY STAR:
    David Beckham yesterday called time on his illustrious career and declared: I'm quitting as a champion. Also: Rio Ferdinand has thrown down the gauntlet to Manchester United's biggest rivals and warned: It's up to you to catch us now.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    David Beckham, English football's most iconic global star, has announced his retirement as a professional player, saying he was "leaving at the top". Also: Gus Poyet has been suspended by Brighton and Hove Albion and is facing legal action as his likely departure from the Amex Stadium becomes even more acrimonious.



    THE TIMES:
    Frank Lampard declared yesterday that Chelsea must not allow a glorious ending to a turbulent season to disguise the need for stability - ideally under Jose Mourinho - if they are to capitalise on uncertainty surrounding Manchester City and Manchester United next season. Also: Long before he was seen as a haircut, a tight pair of underpants or a global ambassador, David Beckham was distinguished by the crisp, elegant beauty with which he struck a football.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    David Beckham has announced the end of his glittering career 21 years after making his debut for Manchester United. Also: Frank Lampard believes Jose Mourinho's anticipated reappointment as manager this summer will restore Chelsea as a "consistent force" and enable the club to challenge for the Premier League title next season.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The decision to go was presented much like an announcement to the Stock Exchange, wrapping in formality what industry insiders already knew. David Beckham was finished as a footballer long ago. Also: Gustavo Poyet's departure from Brighton & Hove Albion moved a step closer yesterday when he was suspended by the Championship club along with his assistant, Mauricio Taricco, and first-team coach, Charlie Oatway.

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    THE SUN: Brighton are set to call in the police to find out who did a poo in the Crystal Palace dressing room before Monday's play-off crunch. Also: Alex Ferguson happily washed his hands of the Wayne Rooney problem and told David Moyes: "You can deal with it now."



    DAILY MAIL:
    Cristiano Ronaldo is at the centre of a bidding war after it emerged the Manchester United target is wanted by Chelsea. Also: Stoke City players are facing disciplinary action after an end-of-season prank involving a pig's head backfired horribly yesterday afternoon.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Kenwyne Jones was the victim of a sick training-ground prank at Stoke yesterday when he found a pig's head in his locker. Also: Two Notts County coaches have quit the club after allegations of racist behaviour.
    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Sir Alex Ferguson has washed his hands of Wayne Rooney's future as he prepares for his farewell game in charge of Manchester United. Also: Stoke have launched an inquiry after Kenwyne Jones found a pig's head in his training ground dressing room locker.



    DAILY STAR:
    Roberto Martinez has cleared the way for a move to Everton after admitting he is ready to quit Wigan. Also: Barcelona's celebrations went with a swing when they celebrated their La Liga success with an opentop bus procession round the Spanish city.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Sir Alex Ferguson prepared for his final game in charge of Manchester United by delivering one last swipe at Manchester City following their "amazing" decision to sack Roberto Mancini. Also: Andre Villas-Boas is plotting a revolution at Tottenham Hotspur and he claims the club do not need Champions League football next season for him to pull it off.



    THE TIMES:
    At two minutes before 3 o'clock on a bitterly cold Lord's afternoon, James Anderson looked down at the ball in his hand and stretched out into the rhythmical 15-pace run that has characterised the best years of his England career. Seconds later it had nestled in the hands of Graeme Swann at second slip, via Peter Fulton's outside edge, giving Anderson his 300th Test wicket. Also: When Mikkel Kessler says that he will retire if he loses to Carl Froch next weekend, he follows it up with an assurance that he is not looking for a new career.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sir Ian Botham is confident that Jimmy Anderson will surpass him as England's leading Test wicket-taker after the Lancastrian became the fourth member of an exclusive 300 club here. Also: Kenwyne Jones allegedly smashed up the car of a team-mate believed to be Glenn Whelan after the Stoke City striker found "a bloody pig's head" wrapped in his clothes, which he believed the midfielder had placed there, according to tweets by Jones's girlfriend on Friday afternoon.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    It was with his usual disarming frankness that Arsene Wenger responded to an inquiry as to whether he would be signing the 20-year-old Auxerre striker Yaya Sanogo, available on a free transfer from the Ligue 2 club. "We are advanced in talks with him but it's not done," Wenger said. "I'm very confident it will be." Also: There was no tea or coffee at Manchester United's training ground but there was wine, served in plastic cups at nine in the morning.

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    THE SUN SUNDAY:
    Chelsea are set to take a £30million hit and sell Fernando Torres this summer. Also: Arsenal and Tottenham hope to be on song for Europe today.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Chelsea want Manchester United to name their price for Wayne Rooney. Also: Paolo Di Canio has claimed Sunderland would have been relegated this season if he had not replaced Martin O'Neill.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Monaco are the latest club eyeing Wayne Rooney's uncertain future at Man United. Also: Roy Hodgson has revealed his shock and disappointment at three top Premier League clubs going on tour this week ahead of England's next two matches.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley will hand over a staggering £1 million to be shared among his St James' Park matchday workers if the Toon beat Arsenal this afternoon. Also: England boss Roy Hodgson has hit out at Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs after each club arranged a tour at the end of a gruelling season.



    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Jonny Wilkinson's gilt-edged career was made complete last night in Dublin when he lifted the Heineken Cup high above his head after leading Toulon to the greatest prize in European rugby. Also: Wayne Rooney will not travel with the Manchester United squad for Sir Alex Ferguson's final game today - but he does so with the blessing of his retiring manager.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    Chelsea believe they have won the race to sign Luke Shaw, Southampton's 17-year-old left-back and England's most coveted young footballer. Also: Toulon, the team of glittering talents from the South of France who started the Heineken Cup final with only four Frenchmen in their side, are champions of Europe after one of the sport's grandest occasions at the Aviva stadium in Dublin.



    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Jonny Wilkinson last night said that he ranked Toulon's Heineken Cup triumph in Dublin alongside anything else he had achieved in his extraordinary career. Also: Roy Hodgson will ask England supporters attending the friendly with the Republic of Ireland not to sing "No Surrender (to the IRA)".



    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones has apologised to his team-mate Glenn Whelan after smashing his car windscreen in a mistaken act of retribution for a training ground prank which went wrong. Also: England at last recognised yesterday where they were and what it was they were supposed to be doing. After two days of haplessly plodding around in a blindfold unsure of their purpose in life, they emerged blinking into the sunlight ready to begin the 2013 international cricket season.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Roy Hodgson has criticised Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham for the timing of their post-season tours of the US, claiming England's plans for friendly matches against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil have been "scotched". Also: The weekend of Alpine stages in the Giro d'Italia was intended to make the cyclists hurt but instead has caused palpitations for the organisers, forcing them to cancel climbs and reroute stages at short notice due to heavy snow, which has made the roads dangerous for cyclists and race vehicles.



    THE PEOPLE:
    Kind-hearted Mike Ashley will pay Newcastle's backroom staff a £1million bonus if the Toon beat Arsenal today. Also: Paolo Di Canio is furious after more than a dozen Sunderland players partied at a casino in the build-up to today's big Tottenham clash.

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    THE SUN:
    Andre Villas-Boas admits Spurs must keep Gareth Bale. Also: Alastair Cook hailed Stuart Broad and James Anderson after they demolished New Zealand.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Arsene Wenger vowed to invest in the summer after Arsenal secured Champions League football for the 16th successive year. Also: Trust Sir Alex Ferguson to bow out as a record breaker.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    It was goodnight from him... and him... and him... and him. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has told Spurs to buy big this summer to prevent a repeat of Tottenham's Champions League heartbreak.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Andre Villas-Boas accused referee Andre Marriner of swinging the race for Champions League football Arsenal's way when he denied Spurs a penalty and booked Gareth Bale. Also: England captain Alastair Cook described the spell of new-ball bowling that destroyed New Zealand at Lord's as the best he had ever seen.



    DAILY STAR:
    Laurent Koscielny secured Arsenal's Champions League slot with a dramatic winner at Newcastle. Also: Paolo Di Canio labelled his Sunderland flops the most ignorant and arrogant players he has ever seen.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    After Arsenal claimed the desperately fought-over final Champions League place yesterday, Tottenham Hotspur head coach Andre Villas-Boas insisted that his club, who agonisingly missed out by a single point, must hold on to Gareth Bale if they were serious about competing with the top four next season. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson bowed out in a crazy tickertape blizzard of goals after one of those "football, bloody hell" type of games, the first 5-5 in Premier League history.



    THE TIMES:
    The first Test match of the summer, which had begun at a snail's crawl on Thursday, ended in a flash yesterday, like Usain Bolt in an Olympic final. Also: No longer is Jonny Wilkinson merely the man who won the World Cup for England.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Arsene Wenger has heaped praise on his "special" players after securing a place in the qualifying round of next season's Champions League but pledged to strengthen his squad in the summer. Also: Andre Villas-Boas has urged the Tottenham board to invest strongly in the squad over the summer to help the club close the gap on the Premier League's top four, which they narrowly failed to make this time out.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    At the final whistle, Arsene Wenger turned towards his bench with both fists in the air and instinctively hugged the nearest man in an Arsenal jersey, which happened to be Mikel Arteta. Also: Paolo Di Canio launched a ferocious attacked on his Sunderland players last night, saying some of them were worse than "arrogant and ignorant" ones he had at Swindon Town.

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho is free to return to Chelsea this summer. Also: David Moyes will meet Wayne Rooney to demand 100 per cent commitment to Manchester United - or give the go-ahead for his exit.



    DAILY MAIL:

    Tottenham's failure to secure Champions League football is going to impact heavily on contract talks with their star performer Gareth Bale. Also: Further shame has been heaped on Sheik Mohammed's Godolphin operation with seven more horses trained by Mahmood Al Zarooni testing positive for a banned drug.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Real Madrid have waived Jose Mourinho's Bernabeu release clause - clearing the Special One to return to Chelsea for nothing. Also: David Moyes put his Manchester United career into first gear yesterday by reporting for duty at the Carrington training ground.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Jose Mourinho is leaving Real Madrid - and his switch to Chelsea will not cost Roman Abramovich a penny. Also: Kevin Pietersen's prospects of playing in this summer's Ashes remain in doubt, despite his guest appearance during England's Lord's victory.



    DAILY STAR:
    Chelsea will get Jose Mourinho for free after Real Madrid last night released the Portuguese coach. Also: David Moyes was shown the ropes by Sir Alex Ferguson yesterday as he started his Manchester United job six weeks early.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Jose Mourinho cleared a massive obstacle surrounding his proposed return to Chelsea on Monday night by agreeing to forego £17 million in compensation to ensure that he is free to leave Real Madrid this summer. Also: Arsenal have put signing a world-class striker at the heart of their summer transfer plans, with Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain emerging as an increasingly realistic target.



    THE TIMES:
    Chelsea were given the green light to reappoint Jose Mourinho as their manager last night after Real Madrid called time on his turbulent three-year tenure in Spain. Also: Gareth Bale is expected to commit his future to Tottenham Hotspur in the coming days, with the outstanding player of this Barclays Premier League season expected to sign a new contract worth about £130,000-a-week at White Hart Lane.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    Chelsea will not have to pay compensation for Jose Mourinho after Real Madrid confirmed that the Portuguese manager will leave the Bernabeu at the end of the season by mutual consent. Nothing now stands in the way of Chelsea and Mourinho formalising an agreement that was reached in principle months ago. Also: Gareth Bale is poised to commit his immediate future to Tottenham Hotspur after agreeing improved terms in principle to remain at White Hart Lane despite the club's failure to reach the Champions League. The deal is expected to include a release clause for bids over £50m that can be triggered at the end of next season.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Gareth Bale will be offered the opportunity to sign yet another lucrative contract at Tottenham Hotspur this summer, in excess of £150,000 a week, or stay on his existing deal and be sold next year - but he has been told by the club that there is no prospect of him leaving this summer. Also: Tottenham' success in tying down Gareth Bale this summer will not prevent Real Madrid trying to reach an agreement to take him in a year's time.






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    THE GUARDIAN:
    Stoke City have started their search for a new manager after Tony Pulis' second spell in charge at the Britannia Stadium came to a sour end when he was sacked yesterday afternoon. Also: Liverpool have accepted a £15million offer from West Ham United for Andy Carroll, a £20m loss on their record signing in 28 months, but face a struggle to convince the striker to sever his Anfield ties for Upton Park.


    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Andy Flower has banned England's cricketers from talking publicly about the Ashes for the next month. Also: Tony Pulis's seven-year reign at Stoke City came to a brutal end when he was sacked by chairman Peter Coates yesterday, even though his proud record of never being relegated as a manager remained intact.


    THE TIMES:
    Manchester City have struck a pioneering $100million deal with the New York Yankees baseball team to create a Major League Soccer franchise in the United States that could open up unrivalled commercial opportunities in the world's most lucrative sports market. Also: Andy Carroll's brief Liverpool career looks set to come to an end after West Ham United had a £15million offer for him accepted.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Football League is facing mounting pressure to back trials for safe standing after an overwhelming majority of Championship clubs went against the League's stance and voted in favour of permitting trials at a meeting earlier this season. Also: Andy Carroll was last night stalling on a move to West Ham after a £15million fee was agreed with Liverpool, in the hope that Newcastle enter the race for his signature.


    THE SUN:
    Frank Lampard has given a graphic insight into the interim rule of Rafa Benitez. Also: Stoke City will try to bring in Rafa Benitez as their new boss after ending Tony Pulis' reign.


    DAILY STAR:
    Real Madrid are ready to blow Tottenham out of the water in a bid to sign Gareth Bale this summer. Also: Wayne Rooney is still determined to quit Manchester United this summer.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Tony Pulis was sacked as Stoke boss yesterday as the Barclays Premier League's managerial merry-go-round continued to spin out of control. Also: Andy Carroll is expected to join West Ham in a permanent deal after Liverpool last night agreed to take a £20million loss on the striker.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Stoke last night sacked manager Tony Pulis - and Roberto Martinez has 48 hours to decide whether he wants to replace him. Also: Civil war has broken out at Sunderland days after Premier League safety was secured, with the Professional Footballers' Association now calling for a period of calm.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney fears he is being forced out of Manchester United - and into exile with Paris St Germain. Also: Gael Clichy says Roberto Mancini can have no complaints at being sacked by Manchester City.

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    THE TIMES:
    The New Zealand bowlers have admitted they will try to exploit the pre-Ashes nerves of the England batsmen when the second Test begins at Headingley Carnegie tomorrow. ALSO: There is a tournament due to begin at Wentworth today, but yesterday the BMW PGA Championship felt more like a relationship counselling service. Yet while Sergio Garcia grimly opened his heart about his public spat with Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy remained tight-lipped about a split in his own life that could cost him millions.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Sergio Garcia has issued an emotional apology to Tiger Woods for his racist jibe against the world No 1 but is still facing the prospect of losing millions of pounds in sponsorship deals. ALSO: Manuel Pellegrini is expected to start work at Manchester City on June 3 and begin immediate talks to resolve the uncertain futures of Carlos Tevez and Gareth Barry after confirming his decision to resign as Malaga coach.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Sergio Garcia was battling desperately to save his reputation last night after a racist remark aimed at Tiger Woods triggered outrage and disgust throughout golf. ALSO: Manuel Pellegrini is expected to meet his new Manchester City players a week on Monday, seven days after the club's anticipated confirmation that he is to succeed Roberto Mancini and become first-team coach.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sergio Garcia has denied racist intent in his comments towards Tiger Woods on Tuesday night, with the Spaniard also escaping any punishment from golf's ruling bodies for his now infamous remarks at the European Tour's annual gala dinner. ALSO: Manuel Pellegrini has cleared the way for a move to Manchester City by announcing he is to leave Malaga at the end of the Spanish league season.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Paris Saint-Germain have made contact with Wayne Rooney as they step up their attempts to sign the Manchester United striker and his former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo. ALSO: A shame-faced Sergio Garcia has escaped official punishment after making a grovelling apology to Tiger Woods yesterday over his ill-advised remarks at the European Tour players' awards - but they are set to cost him millions.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Sergio Garcia is facing losses running into millions after his biggest sponsor threatened to dump him last night in the wake of his race comment about Tiger Woods. ALSO: The fighting friendship between Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler fell apart on the final approach to Saturday's big fight when Britain's world super-middleweight champion said: 'I want to kill him.'



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Napoli want Rafa Benitez and Fernando Torres to form a dream team in Italy. ALSO: Big-spending Paris Saint-Germain are planning a £100million deal to land Wayne Rooney.



    THE SUN:
    Gareth Bale was last night urged by Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos: Come and join us. ALSO: Bent jockey Eddie Ahern has been handed a 10-year ban for fixing races.



    DAILY STAR:
    Manuel Pellegrini has paved the way for his move to Manchester City by quitting Malaga. ALSO: Jose Mourinho will fly to London on June 2 - and sign a four-year contract with Chelsea worth £250,000 a week.


 
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