From the Back Pages, May 26: Manchester United midfielder Angel di Maria could be set for PSG transfer with right back Gregory van der Wiel included in swap deal
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly closing in on a deal for Manchester United misfit Angel di Maria, having missed out on the midfielder last summer. (Daily Mail)
England win a whole lot more than a Test match: On Bank Holiday Monday, a younger crowd was treated a demonstration of the genius of Test cricket. (The Telegraph)
Lord’s (final day of five): England beat New Zealand by 124 runs: Ben Stokes shows his all-round strength in rousing finale: Four-day Tests anyone? The clock below the absent and injured Father Time — what a Test the old boy chose to miss — was showing bang on six o’clock when Stuart Broad stirred his tiring legs into action one more time. The floodlights were on, the crowd were gripped, as they had been for the previous four days. New Zealand, nine wickets down, refused to yield. (The Times)
Norwich City were promoted to the Premier League with a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough in the Championship playoff final at Wembley on Monday to secure a £120m bonanza from the richest game in world football. (The Independent)
Liverpool star Jordan Ibe REMOVED from England U20 squad ahead of Toulon tournament. (The Express)
Real Madrid have confirmed the departure of Carlo Ancelotti after two seasons at the Santiago Bernabéu. Florentino Pérez, the Real president, held a press conference on Monday when it was announced that the 55-year-old Italian is to leave with immediate effect despite having a year of his contract remaining. (The Guardian)
Former Manchester United winger Ji-sung Park has backed new signing Memphis Depay to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford. (The Mirror)
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