Updated: 09:35 GMT, 3 May 2009
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY: The £425million deal between the Football Association and broadcasters Setanta and ITV is in danger of collapsing, say insiders.
NEWS OF THE WORLD: Arsene Wenger will commit the rest of his career to Arsenal
after turning down a £40million offer from Real Madrid.
Also: Michael Owen suffered a double snub when he was dumped to the Newcastle bench even though Alan Shearer will play with a three-man strikeforce at Anfield...
Fernando Torres is out of Liverpool's must-win clash with Newcastle today...American billionaire Ellis Short is poised to take complete control at Sunderland.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Wayne Rooney is to be handed a new five-year £30million deal by Manchester United worth £120,000 a week.
Also: Man United need just seven points from their remaining four games to be guaranteed an 11th Premier League title.
SUNDAY MIRROR: Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate admitted that the
Tyne-Tees derby at Newcastle in eight days' time will decide his club's Premier
Also: Cristiano Ronaldo has finally killed off claims that he is heading to Read Madrid this summer...
Worried Newcastle owner Mike Ashley called a crisis meeting that went on until 3am after Monday's home draw with Portsmouth.
THE OBSERVER: Ryan Giggs no longer starts enough games to be an obvious choice for PFA player of the year, but as Sir Alex Ferguson has just said, you won't find many professional footballers who begrudge him the honour.
THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Manchester United supporters delighted in another superb victory for their side as they cruised to a 2-0 win at Middlesbrough yesterday,
a result that makes them 1-20 favourites for the title.
Also: The National Football League is ready to take the extraordinary step of awarding the Super Bowl, American's iconic sporting showpiece, to London within the next eight
years, The Sunday Telegraph understands.
THE SUNDAY TIMES: Barcelona handed out an astonishing warning to Chelsea before the second leg of their Champions League semi-final on Wednesday by thrashing their great rivals Real Madrid 6-2 in the Bernabeu last night, with Thierry
Henry and Lionel Messi each scoring twice.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: Ryan Giggs rolled back the years to edge Manchester United
closer to a third consecutive title admitting: 'This has been one of the best weeks of my life.'
Also: Steve McClaren, the former England boss, has emerged as a shock candidate to take over at Sunderland from manager Ricky Sbragia.
THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: On the ground where they won the Premier League title on the last day of the 1995-96 season, Manchester United yesterday took a giant stride towards securing another one, the third in succession.
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