From the Back Pages, June 11: Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal eyes up move for Alexis Sánchez

Alexis Sánchez has been identified by Louis van Gaal as a summer target for Manchester United, with the manager considering a move for the £20m-rated Barcelona forward. (Guardian)
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Are the Reds eyeing an Adam Johnson-Fabio Borini swap deal? (The Mirror)

Atletico Madrid defender Joao Miranda has revealed he is negotiating a move away from the Spanish champions and says he is in discussions with clubs in Spain’s Primera Division and the Premier League. (Daily Mail)

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ARSENAL are set to sign Carlos Vela for a second time after Real Sociedad confirmed the former Gunners striker WILL be playing for Arsene Wenger at the Emirates next season. (The Express)

Greg Dyke led a chorus of calls from Uefa for Sepp Blatter to stand down as the pressure on the embattled Fifa president intensified two days before the start of the World Cup finals. (The Times)

England manager Roy Hodgson is hopeful that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be fit to face Uruguay in England’s second group match of the World Cup on 19 June. (The Independent)

By Ben Ainslie: Launching Ben Ainslie Racing as the British Challenger for the America’s Cup is a proud moment for all of us involved with the team and marks a significant milestone in the campaign. It has taken three years of planning and work to get to this point, working around London 2012 and the 2013 America’s Cup to build the team to the point where we can realistically move forwards with the goal of winning the Auld Mug and bringing it back to British waters. (The Telegraph)