From the Back Pages, June 2: Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce says he ‘would support’ re-vote if corruption proven

Fifa vice-president, Jim Boyce, has said he would back a re-vote to find a new host of the 2022 World Cup if allegations of corruption can be proven. (The Independent)

From the back pages
From the back pages

Arsene Wenger is on red alert to make a move for Mario Balotelli. AC Milan are ready to offload the former Manchester City striker this summer - and Arsenal have been sounded out. (The Mirror)

Barcelona are chasing as many as six new faces this summer in an attempt to claw back the La Liga title. Reports in Spain claim that new manager Luis Enrique is keeping tabs on Atletico Madrid’s Koke and Marquinhos from Paris Saint-Germain. (Daily Mail)

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Arsenal are set to rule out a move to take Cesc Fabregas back to the Emirates. That could leave the way clear for Manchester City to make Fabregas their top target to replace unhappy Yaya Toure. (The Telegraph)

DAVID MOYES claims that he has moved on from his unsuccessful spell at Manchester United but believes the club are no longer in a position to stick to a long-term plan following his sacking. (The Express)

Carl Froch admits he is tempted to extend his career with a big-money fight in Las Vegas after defending his WBA and IBF super-middleweight titles with a vicious one-punch knockout of George Groves. (The Guardian)

He admitted he had woken up at four and then five in the morning, unable to settle comfortably. Starting a tennis match one day and completing it the next is never easy and so Andy Murray was grateful to land a spot in the last 16 of the French Open. The final impact, a thudding backhand pass, was the one during the four hours and seven minutes he had made with sufficient consistency. (The Times)