From the Back Pages, May 19: On-loan Sunderland star Alfred N’Diaye carries fan from danger after fence collapse

Real Betis midfielder Alfred N’Diaye was quick to act and cradle a young fan to safety from the wreckage after the collapse of a fence in the stands of Osasuna’s El Sadar Stadium. (Daily Mail)

From the back pages
From the back pages

LUIS SUAREZ has committed himself to a renewed title challenge with Liverpool by enrolling his four-year-old daughter in a Merseyside school. (Express)

Eliaquim Mangala has dealt a blow to Manchester City’s hopes of securing a deal for the £35m-rated Porto defender by claiming he would rather sign for Chelsea. (The Telegraph)

Louis van Gaal has hinted that Robin van Persie will be his Manchester United captain. (The Mirror)

Roy Hodgson has named Frank Lampard as England’s vice-captain for this summer’s World Cup in Brazil. (The Independent)

The Premier League has defended its working environment after the woman who blew the whistle on sexist emails sent by Richard Scudamore, the chief executive, said she was “humiliated, belittled and disgusted” by the messages. (The Times)

Arsène Wenger described Arsenal’s 3-2 victory over Hull City in the FA Cup final as a “big moment of happiness”, and even went as far as to suggest that the club’s first major piece of silverware in nine years was the most important in his time at the club. (The Guardian)