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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: 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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HE TIMES: Manchester City have set a bold target of winning five trophies in the next five years. Also: If Sergio Garcia set out yesterday morning feeling that he had the glare of disapproval beating down on him after his widely publicised comment about Tiger Woods on Tuesday night, he was given considerable shade when another politically incorrect comment was let loose in a more public setting by a far more senior figure in the sport, George O'Grady, who is the chief executive of the European Tour.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: A three-strong panel of former referees is set to sit in judgment of players insufficiently punished for reckless tackles in the Premier League next season, Telegraph Sport has learnt. Also: Stoke City have suffered further turmoil after it emerged midfielder Steven Nzonzi has submitted a written transfer request.

THE INDEPENDENT: Manchester City's chief executive, Ferran Soriano, has declared that he expects at least five trophies in the next five years from the club's next manager, who will inherit a stronger squad than Manchester United's - and one which should "absolutely" have retained last season's Premier League. Also: Golf used to be about birdies, bogeys and pars. Now we are keeping score of toxic phrases. After Sergio Garcia's culinary racism, the game was once again dealing in statements and apologies following the use of insulting language.

THE GUARDIAN: Golf's wish to move on from the racism storm that has engulfed Sergio Garcia and tainted the sport has been spectacularly undermined by the chief executive of the European Tour referring to black people as "coloured" in a live television interview. Also: Alastair Cook has admitted the shadow of Kevin Pietersen will hang heavy over England at Headingley for the second consecutive year, even in his absence.

DAILY EXPRESS: Christian Benteke has put Arsenal on red alert by claiming he will leave Aston Villa if the Gunners come in for him. Also: Manuel Pellegrini has been set a daunting target of five trophies in five years by Manchester City.

DAILY MAIL: Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano has revealed that he wants incoming manager Manuel Pellegrini to win five trophies in the next five years. Also: Golf's racism row took another ugly turn yesterday when the chief executive of the European Tour was forced to apologise for using inappropriate language on television.

DAILY MIRROR: Roberto Mancini was sacked as Manchester City manager because his bosses insist he failed to win the title with a team better than neighbours United. Also: UEFA will order Premier League stars to give blood samples next season - in a bid to rid the game of drug cheats.

THE SUN: Christian Benteke put a host of big clubs on alert last night when he warned Aston Villa: You can't make me stay. Also: Manuel Pellegrini faces a daunting five-year target as Manchester City boss.

DAILY STAR: Manuel Pellegrini was last night told by Manchester City: We want five trophies in five years. Also: Christian Benteke has sparked a £25m summer scramble by revealing he could leave Aston Villa.
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DAILY MAIL: Tottenham midfielder Andros Townsend withdrew from England's Under-21 squad last night after being charged by the FA with breaching betting regulations. Also: Andy Murray is back practising on grass and has begun his preparations for Wimbledon, even though the first ball has yet to be struck in anger in the French Open at Roland Garros.

DAILY EXPRESS: Andros Townsend pulled out of Stuart Pearce's England Under-21 squad for the European Championship last night after being charged in relation to a series of betting irregularities. Also: David Gill is ''confident'' Wayne Rooney will still be at Manchester United next season as David Moyes began his Old Trafford revolution by axing two members of Sir Alex Ferguson's coaching staff.

DAILY STAR: Tottenham winger Andros Townsend has pulled out of the England Under-21 squad after being charged with a series of betting offences by the FA. Also: Zinedine Zidane stepped up Real Madrid's pursuit of Gareth Bale yesterday.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: A sense of humour, as well as intent, has arrived in London with more than 180,000 German football fans for tonight's Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich. Also: Tottenham winger Andros Townsend last night became the first Premier League player to be charged with breaching Football Association betting rules.

DAILY MIRROR: David Moyes last night took the axe to Sir Alex Ferguson's backroom staff at Manchester United. Also: Carl Froch could pocket up to £5million for tonight's unification showdown with Mikkel Kessler at London's O2 Arena.

THE SUN: Jose Mourinho wants Luka Modric to join him at Chelsea. Also: Carl Froch goes into tonight's grudge world title fight with Mikkel Kessler - all thanks to Lennox Lewis... Frank Lampard is hoping Chelsea will now secure captain John Terry's future.

THE INDEPENDENT: If you were seeking the distillation of the confidence playing for Bayern Munich breeds in its players, especially this recent gilded generation of Germans, then watching Philipp Lahm and Thomas Muller face questions yesterday at Wembley was an emphatic reminder of how they regard themselves. Also: Andros Townsend has pulled out of the England squad for next month's European Under-21 Championship after being charged by the Football Association with allegedly breaking betting regulations.

THE GUARDIAN: There was a moment, as Thomas Muller sat on the top table at Wembley and looked far too relaxed for a man about to play one of the biggest games of his life, when the expression on his face conveyed the bemusement you might expect if he had just been asked to announce his pin number in the middle of a press conference. Also: Michel Platini has hailed German football for having "the right system" ahead of the Champions League final featuring Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.

THE TIMES: It is not exactly the celebration of English football that the FA had in mind for its 150th anniversary. It is not what the Spanish were hoping for either. But this evening's Champions League final at Wembley Stadium, the first all-German affair in the competition's history, will be a different kind of party as European football swings to an old beat, remastered for the 21st century. Also: David Gill, the outgoing Manchester United director who was elected to be a member of Uefa yesterday, is backing a bid by the FA to bring the Euro 2020 semi-finals and final to Wembley.
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THE SUN: Arjen Robben hit a late winner to crown Bayern Munich kings of Europe at last. Also: Roberto Martinez is ready to tell Dave Whelan he wants to leave Wigan - paving the way for his move to Goodison Park... Jose Mourinho reckons he can turn Romelu Lukaku into the new Didier Drogba.

SUNDAY MIRROR: David Moyes will make Marouane Fellaini his first signing at Manchester United. Also: Manuel Pellegrini will be handed over £100million of talent to turn Manchester City back into winners... Jose Mourinho faces the threat of being banned as soon as he returns to Chelsea.

DAILY STAR: David Moyes is planning to make Luka Modric his first signing for Manchester United. Also: Arjen Robben was Bayern Munich's Wembley king last night as he scored the winner against Borussia Dortmund...Manuel Pellegrini will pick up a £1million bonus if he leads Manchester City to Champions League glory.

SUNDAY EXPRESS: Manchester United are planning a shock £25million move to bring Barcelona midfield star Cesc Fabregas back to the Premier League. Also: Joe Root became the first Yorkshireman to score his maiden Test century at Headingley yesterday... Northampton captain Dylan Hartley's British and Irish Lions hopes appear to lie in tatters after he was sent off for dissent during Saints' Aviva Premiership Final 37-17 defeat against Leicester.

MAIL ON SUNDAY: Wayne Rooney is to have urgent summit talks with new Manchester United manager David Moyes as the club attempt to resolve the impasse over the England striker's future created by his fall-out with Sir Alex Ferguson. Also: Dylan Hartley is in danger of being ruled out of the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia after being sent off in yesterday's Aviva Premiership final for using foul and abusive language when appearing to call referee Wayne Barnes 'a ****ing cheat'... Footballer of the Year Gareth Bale will hold talks with Tottenham before the summer transfer window opens to discuss his future amid growing interest from Real Madrid in the £60million Welshman.

THE INDEPENDENT: Dylan Hartley, the Northampton and some-time England captain, is set to forfeit his coveted place on the British and Iriish Lions tour of Australia after being shown the first red card in an English Premiership final, which Leicester Tigers won 37-17. Also: Joe Root was the toast of Yorkshire after scoring his first Test century at his home ground, but his boyish features mean he struggles to buy anything stronger than lemonade at his local pub... It was, as Jonnie Peacock reflected, the strangest feeling to be sprinting towards a set of traffic lights, even if they were fixed permanently to green.

THE OBSERVER: Arjen Robben's glory goal came 12 months after his lowest point when he missed the penalty that would have given Bayern Munich victory over Chelsea. Also: Dylan Hartley will be ruled out of the Lions tour to Australia unless he can persuade a disciplinary panel today that he aimed his words "f****** cheat" at his opposite number - and Lions colleague - Tom Youngs and not the referee Wayne Barnes, during Northampton's 37-17 Premiership defeat to Leicester... For a while Headingley was a deliriously contented place yesterday evening.

SUNDAY TIMES: Bayern Munich avenged their heartbreaking defeat in last year's Champions League final with a dramatic 2-1 victory over their compatriots Borussia Dortmund at Wembley last night. Also: Dylan Hartley, the captain of Northampton, will almost certainly have to forfeit his place on the Lions tour to Australia after he was red-carded for verbally abusing the referee just before half-time in the Aviva Premiership final... Jose Mourinho has agreed a four-year contract to manage Chelsea for a second time.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Dylan Hartley's hopes of making the British and Irish Lions tour to Australia depend on the outcome of a hastily arranged Rugby Football Union disciplinary hearing this morning, after being sent off for verbally abusing referee Wayne Barnes during Northampton's Aviva Premiership final defeat by Leicester yesterday. Also: Real Madrid are ready to test Tottenham Hotspur's insistence that Gareth Bale is not for sale at any price this summer by making a £60million bid for the Wales international... Joe Root yesterday confirmed his growing reputation as the shining light of England's new generation with a maiden Test century on his home ground.
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THE INDEPENDENT: Dylan Hartley's inability to stay on the right side of the rugby law has been costing him dear for six years now, but the price the Northampton captain must pay for abusing the international referee Wayne Barnes during the Premiership final at Twickenham at the weekend is heavy even by his standards. Also: For Arjen Robben, the man who failed to convert the penalty that surely would have won Bayern Munich their fifth European Cup last May, the victory in Saturday's final was the end of a long wait for their biggest trophy in European club football.

THE GUARDIAN: Rory Best will fly out to Hong Kong with the Lions tonight after the England hooker Dylan Hartley received an 11-week ban for verbally abusing the referee Wayne Barnes during Northampton's Premiership final defeat by Leicester on Saturday. Also: Mercedes and Pirelli face punishment from the FIA after conducting an unauthorised tyre testing session after the Barcelona Grand Prix two weeks ago...Laura Robson goes into the first round of the French Open today fully expecting to beat the former world number one Caroline Wozniacki - and inflict a second British victory over Denmark in three days.

THE SUN: Liverpool are determined to fight off a £40million bid for Luis Suarez from Real Madrid. Also: Andre Ward has told Carl Froch he is willing to come to London for a £50million superfight at Wembley...Michael Essien will be following Jose Mourinho back to Stamford Bridge.

DAILY STAR: Wembley hero Arjen Robben has told the rest of Europe: Catch us if you can! Also: Chelsea and Manchester City were last night blown out of the water as Monaco tied up a staggering £51million deal for Radamel Falcao...Ian Holloway insists the £110million at stake makes today's Championship final the biggest game in the world...Graeme Swann warmed up for the Ashes as England took a stranglehold on day three of the second Test against New Zealand at Headingley.

DAILY MIRROR: Rafa Benitez delivered a parting shot to the Chelsea hate mob by telling them: You'll miss me now I'm gone. Also: Ian Holloway reckons Gianfranco Zola helped change Premier League history but he is determined to deny the Chelsea legend promotion...Andy Murray is in a race against time to be fit for Wimbledon after revealing he is "a long way" from being 100 per cent fit.

DAILY MAIL: The Lions will depart for Hong Kong this evening without disgraced England hooker Dylan Hartley who was yesterday banned for abusing a referee and replaced in the squad by Ireland's Rory Best. Also: Graeme Swann warmed up for the Ashes summer by bowling England into a position of dominance in the second Investec Test at Headingley...Gareth Barry has admitted his frustration at being left out of Roy Hodgson's England squad yet again.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: England appear to be shaping up nicely for the Ashes after reducing New Zealand's batting to rubble for the second time in a week, this time through Graeme Swann and Steve Finn. Also: Real Madrid are under renewed pressure to sign Gareth Bale this summer after their arch-rivals Barcelona announced yesterday that they have secured the transfer of Neymar...Matteo Manassero's joy in becoming the youngest winner of the BMW PGA Championship was in stark contrast to the disappointment on the faces of the many Lee Westwood fans yesterday.

THE TIMES: As Nico Rosberg enjoyed the handshakes and champagne in celebration of a famous family affair at the Monaco Grand Prix, his team were fighting for their reputation and his victory not 100 metres away. Also: At the end of three weeks of brutal riding in the Giro d'Italia, a race that at once seemed laden with disappointment for British interests finished with a win for Mark Cavendish that secured his victory in the points classification.

DAILY EXPRESS: England hooker Dylan Hartley's international career could be in jeopardy after earning an 11-week suspension for abusing a referee that has ruled him out of the Lions tour. Also: Carl Froch wants to do it all over again after his epic win over Mikkel Kessler...Ian Holloway says the play-off final has become the biggest game in the world but also brings an increased risk of getting the sack.
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Tuesday May 28

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has opened talks with 31-year-old Barcelona striker David Villa.
Mark Hughes is closing in on a surprise return to Premier League management with Stoke City.
Ian Holloway toasted £120million Crystal Palace hero Kevin Phillips - and claimed he will carry on signing the veteran striker until he is 60.
Roy Hodgson has called on England fans to dump their 'No surrender' chant when they play the Republic of Ireland tomorrow.
Andrey Arshavin, 31, is a target for former club Zenit St Petersburg after being released by Arsenal.
QPR frontman Adel Taarabt could be on his way out of Loftus Road with United Arab Emirates side Al Ain tracking the 24-year-old.
Aston Villa will offer Austria striker Andreas Weimann, 21, a bumper pay-rise to fend off interest from Newcastle, Sunderland and Norwich.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel, 28, admits he may consider quitting Anfield after what he describes as the worst campaign of his career.
Owen Coyle and Kenny Jackett are locked in a battle to land the vacant manager's job at Wolves.

Ian Holloway led Crystal Palace into the Premier League's Promised Land and admitted: God help us!
Jose Mourinho is bringing his trusted right-hand man Rui Faria with him to Chelsea.
Arsenal are tracking Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier, 22, who scored four goals in the last seven matches of the Ligue 1 campaign.
Defender Phil Jagielka, 30, has no plans to follow boss David Moyes out of Everton this summer.
West Brom want Anderlecht's DR Congo international striker Dieumerci Mbokani, 27, who is valued at £8m.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup may sell defender Ashley Williams to help fund his summer signings, with Arsenal and Liverpool both keen.
Chelsea are ready to offload Dutch defender Jeffrey Bruma for £5m and are tracking Vitesse Arnhem midfielder Marco van Ginkel.
Veteran goalkeeper Shay Given, 37, is set to leave Aston Villa after crunch talks with boss Paul Lambert.
Kenny Jackett and first-team coach Chris Morgan are fighting it out to be the new boss of League One side Sheffield United.

Liverpool keeper Jose Reina could sign for Barcelona in the next two weeks for a fee of £8m.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio is set to make Basel's Switzerland U21 international midfielder Cabral his first major signing, while the Black Cats are also tracking Celtic striker Gary Hooper and could use winger James McClean as bait.
Kevin Phillips ended his play-off final hoodoo in style with a £110m Wembley winner for Crystal Palace.

Kevin Phillips secured Premier League promotion for Crystal Palace - and a prize of £145million - in what may prove the final match of his illustrious career.
Arsenal's move for Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic is close to breaking point with the Gunners not willing to pay the £25m asking price.
Tottenham have opened talks over a £10m move for Barcelona striker David Villa, 31, and have renewed their interest in long-term target Leandro Damiao.
Chelsea are showing an interest in Vitesse Arnhem's £8m-rated midfielder Marco van Ginkel, 20, who has also been watched by Manchester United and Norwich.
Fulham are lining up a loan deal for 28-year-old Marseille midfielder Morgan Amalfitano.
Sunderland are close to agreeing a four-year contract with Basel midfielder Cabral, 24, who is out of contract next month.
Newcastle are tracking Auxerre's attacking midfielder Steeven Langil, 25, who is out of contract this summer.

Kevin Phillips scored the £120million goal at Wembley to send Crystal Palace into the Premier League, and manager Ian Holloway said if he carries on like that he will sign him until he is 60.
Malaga midfielder Isco has hinted he would be willing to join Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City.

Former Wales, Blackburn and Manchester City boss Mark Hughes is close to sealing his return to management after holding further talks with Stoke City in the past 48 hours.
Daniel Sturridge's excellent Liverpool form is likely to be rewarded with his first senior start against for England against the Republic of Ireland tomorrow.
Malaga midfielder Isco has confirmed Manchester City are trying to sign him - but says Real Madrid are also interested.
Shay Given has been told he can leave Aston Villa this summer - but Paul Lambert wants at least £2m for the veteran goalkeeper.

Kevin Phillips was the unlikeliest of heroes as he scored the goal that secured Crystal Palace's return to the Barclays Premier League and earned the club an estimated £135 million windfall.
Palace boss Ian Holloway thinks new Manchester United manager David Moyes might be willing to allow forward Wilfried Zaha, 20, to return to the club on loan again next season.
Manchester City could be at risk of losing their second tier seeding in Champions League.
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THE INDEPENDENT: Ian Holloway hopes to convince Kevin Phillips to stay and play Premier League football for Crystal Palace after the 39-year-old's nerveless extra-time penalty won the Championship play-off final for them. Also: It was after this month's goalless Merseyside derby at Anfield that David Moyes, then still his Everton manager, said that an England place was there for the taking for Phil Jagielka on the back of arguably his finest season yet.

THE GUARDIAN: Ian Holloway will consider asking Manchester United to loan Wilfried Zaha back to Crystal Palace to help the club stay in the Premier League, a feat the south London side have been unable to achieve following each of their two previous play-off triumphs. Also: England were unapologetic for their ultra-cautious approach to the second Test at Headingley even though a poor weather forecast for the last day threatens to deny them a 2-0 series win.

THE SUN: Ian Holloway led Crystal Palace into the Premier League's Promised Land and admitted: God help us! Also: Jose Mourinho is bringing his trusted right-hand man Rui Faria with him to Chelsea.

DAILY STAR: Kevin Phillips ended his play-off final hoodoo in style with a £110m Wembley winner for Crystal Palace. Also: Jose Reina could sign for Barcelona in the next two weeks after his agent flew in for talks with Liverpool.

DAILY MIRROR: Ian Holloway last night toasted £120million hero Kevin Phillips - and claimed he will carry on signing the veteran striker until he is 60. Also: Roy Hodgson last night called on England fans to dump their 'No surrender' chant when they play the Republic of Ireland tomorrow.

DAILY MAIL: Kevin Phillips secured Premier League promotion for Crystal Palace - and a prize of £145million - in what may prove the final match of his illustrious career yesterday. Also: Brian O'Driscoll believes it is time for the British and Irish Lions to 'kick on to the next level' and deliver their first Test series win since 1997.

DAILY TELEGRAPH: Kevin Phillips, the man who turned Crystal Palace's play-off dreams into reality, was born the year that Watford's most famous fan, Elton John, went to No 1 with Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. Phillips is 39, still nutmegging Father Time and proving as nerveless in front of goal as ever. Also: Daniel Sturridge's excellent Liverpool form is likely to be rewarded against the Republic of Ireland on Wednesday with his first senior start for England.

THE TIMES: Kevin Phillips was the unlikeliest of heroes as he scored the goal that secured Crystal Palace's return to the Barclays Premier League yesterday and earned the club an estimated £135 million windfall. Also: Warren Gatland has said he wanted to see the same fighting spirit in his Lions team that drove Dylan Hartley to abuse the referee verbally in Saturday's Aviva Premiership Final, earning himself an 11-week ban.

DAILY EXPRESS: Kevin Phillips scored the £120million goal at Wembley to send Crystal Palace into the Premier League, and manager Ian Holloway said if he carries on like that he will sign him until he is 60. Also: Jonathan Trott says England got their tactics "spot on" despite the threat of rain today in the second Test at Headingley.
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