From the back pages, June 11: Jose Mourinho at Chelsea: ‘I’m the happy one’, says manager as he discusses John Terry, Roman Abramovich and his ambitions

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Jose Mourinho has addressed the media for the first time since his re-appointment as manager of Chelsea, touching on his plans for the club including the futures of some of the current playing staff, including John Terry. (The Independent)

José Mourinho today pledged to improve on his previous trophy haul during his return to Chelsea. Speaking for the first time at his unveiling at Stamford Bridge this afternoon, Mourinho claimed to be at the peak of his powers and ready to enjoy the most productive spell of his career. (The Times)

JUVENTUS have hit back at Arsenal in the fight for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain. The Italians were stung by a report in SunSport on Saturday that Gunners boss Arsene Wenger had met with the player’s father Jorge who doubles as Higuain’s agent. (The Sun)

Stuart Pearce will pick a team for England’s final group game against Israel on Tuesday night with a view to qualification for the next European Championship, despite the fact he is unlikely to be in charge for that campaign. (The Guardian)

AC Milan claim they have renewed their interest in Carlos Tevez. Milan failed to sign Tevez in January 2012 during his AWOL spell in Argentina and president Adriano Galliani says he has been in touch with the striker’s agent Kia Joorabchian. (The Mirror)

Andy Murray could face a nightmare draw at Wimbledon after Rafael Nadal dropped to No 5 in the world rankings. Despite winning a record eighth French Open title on Sunday, Rafael Nadal’s ranking fell a place, meaning he is a potential quarter-final opponent for Murray when the Wimbledon draw is made a week on Friday. That means there is the possibility of Murray having to face Nadal in the quarter-finals, seven-time champion Roger Federer in the semi-finals and world No 1 Novak Djokovic in the final if he wants to become Britain’s first male singles champion at SW19 since Fred Perry in 1936. (Daily Mail)

FORMULA ONE racers Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso have paid tribute to the marshal who tragically died after falling under a mobile crane during the 2013 Canadian Grand Prix. (Express)