From the Back Pages, June 13: Italy make complaint to Uefa after swastika is spotted on pitch in Croatia

Italy have made an official complaint to Uefa after a large swastika appeared to have been mowed into the turf before their Euro 2016 qualifier against Croatia at the Stadion Poljud in Split. (The Guardian)
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Bale scores to secure famous win over Belgium: Wales 1 Belgium 0: Real forward nets winner as Welsh edge towards their first major tournament since ‘58. (The Telegraph)

Arsenal will push to complete an £11million swoop for Petr Cech by the end of next week. And, in a further boost, Theo Walcott looks likely to commit his long-term future to the club following positive talks over a new deal. But it is the potential capture of goalkeeper Cech that will excite Gunners supporters. Sportsmail understands that Arsene Wenger is growing increasingly confident of concluding a deal to sign the Czech Republic shot-stopper this summer. (Daily Mail)

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MANCHESTER UNITED have confirmed they are interested in a possible move for Harry Kane and would be willing to pay up to £40m for the Tottenham and England striker. (The Express)

Manchester City will make an improved, ‘Take-it-or-leave-it’ offer for Raheem Sterling in the next 48 hours to spark a £150million summer spending spree. (The Mirror)

England might have lost a game but they continued to restore the faith of lapsed supporters with another spirited performance that might have brought a remarkable victory but for rain when Adil Rashid and Liam Plunkett threatened a near-impossible target. (The Times)

Memphis Depay says Manchester United are the “biggest club in the world” after completing his move to the Old Trafford side today. (The Independent)

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