From the Back Pages, April 1: Arsenal to wait another season for Schalke wonderkid Julian Draxler

SCHALKE have revealed they are confident of keeping Julian Draxler for another season. (The Express)

From the back pages
From the back pages

Pep Guardiola has piled the pressure on David Moyes by insisting managers have to win trophies at the big clubs. (The Mirror)

Ryan Giggs has refuted claims that the relationship between himself and Manchester United David Moyes has broken down, although he failed to confirm his plans beyond the end of the season as he approaches the end of his playing contract. (The Independent)

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Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini will not face an FA sanction for spitting in the direction of Pablo Zabaleta in last week’s derby. (Daily Mail)

England’s new shirt for the World Cup finals will cost £90, prompting an angry response from supporters. (The Telegraph)

The 2014 Tour of Britain has the look of a race that has matured in the 11 editions since the race relaunched in 2004, including its hardest summit finish yet on the Tumble, one of the longest and toughest mountains in Wales, a start in Liverpool, a final-day time trial in central London and a climb of the formidable Ditchling Beacon ascent near Brighton. (The Guardian)

We have long since come to terms with England no longer being the leading Test team in the world. We were entitled to think that they remained the best in Europe at Twenty20. At least when England lost to the Netherlands at Lord’s in 2009, they took the Associate side to the last ball. Defeat yesterday was a hammering in 20-over terms against a side who lost their one-day status two months ago after failing to qualify for the 2015 World Cup. (The Times)