From the Back Pages, April 17: Manchester City unlikely to go for Jürgen Klopp if Manuel Pellegrini departs

From the back pages
From the back pages

Manchester City are not targeting Jürgen Klopp in the event that Manuel Pellegrini is sacked as manager. (The Times)

The Bradford City fire which killed 56 football fans when flames tore through a stand in 1985 could have been started deliberately, a new book about the tragedy suggests. A survivor of the blaze says he has uncovered evidence the then chairman was in severe financial trouble at the time and several of his businesses had been struck by fires in the past, resulting in large insurance claims. (The Telegraph)

Four years after signing for Arsenal, Wellington Silva has finally received clearance to make his Gunners bow after being granted a Spanish passport. (Daily Mail)

Nuts! Suarez sees Barca put one foot in the semi after making Luiz look like a fool... twice. (The Independent)

TRANSFER NEWS: Adebayor to Chelsea, Khedira to Man Utd, Milner’s Arsenal Liverpool dliemma. (The Express)

Porto 3, Bayern 1: Quaresma double puts Porto in charge. (The Guardian)

Alastair Cook took another shot at his own bullet-riddled feet by failing yet again with a bat in his hand. (The Mirror)