From the Back Pages, April 1: Reds ready to cash in on Raheem Sterling as new contract talks stall

From the back pages
From the back pages

Raheem Sterling is increasingly likely to leave Liverpool this summer, with the club’s stance hardening against making the 20-year-old their highest-paid player. (The Independent)

Manchester United have been dealt a public blow after Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels insisted on Twitter that he has not promised to join them in the summer. (The Telegraph)

England’s unbeaten run continued as they salvaged a 1-1 draw in Turin last night despite a disjointed performance. Andros Townsend came off the bench to score a wonderful individual equaliser with 11 minutes remaining on a mixed night for Roy Hodgson on his return to Italy. (The Times)

Tottenham have announced an agreement has been reached with Archway Sheet Metal Works which clears the path for their new stadium to be built. (Daily Mail)

TIGER WOODS is set to make a dramatic comeback at the Masters next week after flying to Georgia to practise at Augusta National yesterday. (The Express)

Holland beat Spain 2-0 in a friendly on Tuesday to earn embattled coach Guus Hiddink some breathing space after a poor start to his second term in charge of the Dutch national team. (The Guardian)

Jose Mourinho will relaunch his attempts to sign Brazilian midfielder Douglas Costa with a £20million bid. (The Mirror)