From the Back Pages, March 31: United to cut their losses and sell Zaha in the summer as Moyes moves on

Manchester United are set to sell Wilfried Zaha in the summer as the Premier League champions look to cut their losses on the £10million they paid for the former Crystal Palace winger in January 2013. (Daily Mail)

From the back pages
From the back pages

Liverpool returned to the top of the league by thrashing a woeful Tottenham at Anfield 4-0 as their title march continued. (The Mirror)

Brendan Rodgers insists all the pressure is on rivals Manchester City and Chelsea for the Premier League title. (The Independent)

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LIVERPOOL midfielder Jordan Henderson says the whole squad is dreaming of winning the Premier League and knows they now have a great chance after going top by beating Tottenham 4-0 on Sunday. (The Express)

With finishing like this, Fulham will meet an unhappy end. Felix Magath’s side produced their most vibrant performance of the season but squandered chances to convert fine play into goals and ultimately wound up with yet another defeat. A fixture in the top flight since the start of the millennium, Fulham now have only six matches in which to hoist themselves off the bottom of the Premier League. (The Guardian)

Ashley Giles has denied suggestions of being too soft to lead England from their dreadful winter into a self-proclaimed new era, promising a big stick rather than a magic wand and quick fix if he is confirmed as the new head coach. (The Times)

Malaysian Grand Prix 2014: Lewis Hamilton secures maiden victory in Sepang as Mercedes complete one-two. (The Telegraph)