From the back pages, June 26:

From the back pages
From the back pages

Manchester City have offloaded Carlos Tevez to Juventus in a transfer which could be worth up to £12.75million. Italian champions Juve agreed a deal with City after jetting into Manchester for talks. (The Mirror)

Laura Robson has become only the second Briton to reach the second round of Wimbledon 2013 with a result that will come as a huge relief to British tennis. The British number one beat tenth seed Maria Kirilenko 6-3 6-4 on Court One. (The Independent)

HEATHER WATSON became the latest British woman to suffer the ignominy of a first round exit after losing in straight sets to Madison Keys. (The Express)

The indestructible Novak Djokovic, bionic man of tennis, betrayed not the slightest chink in his armour as he swept aside a slippery adversary in Germany’s Florian Mayer in straight sets, declaring his credentials to seize a second Wimbledon title with an ominous emphasis. (The Telegraph)

Michael Clarke has confirmed his recovery from a back injury and will lead Australia in the four-day tour match against Somerset, starting on Wednesday. (The Guardian)

The Lions are likely to be without Alex Corbisiero and Jamie Roberts for the second international against Australia as they continue to recover from injuries, Warren Gatland has said. (The Times)

ANDRE SCHURRLE has completed his switch from Bayer Luverkusen to Chelsea. The Blues have handed the Germany international a five-year contract to become the first signing of Jose Mourinho’s second spell in charge at Stamford Bridge. (The Sun)

Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has asked his parents ‘a thousand times’ to stop discussing his future in public. The 26-year-old Uruguay star had already been linked with a move to Manchester City before his mother claimed he had held productive talks with both City and Spanish giants Real Madrid. (Daily Mail)