From the Back Pages, March 3: Man United and Chelsea interested in €30million Barcelona star Pedro, say reports in Spain

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Manchester United and Chelsea have both expressed an interest in a summer move for Barcelona forward Pedro, according to Spanish publication AS. (The Mirror)

Wes Brown, the Sunderland defender, has had his one-game suspension rescinded by the FA and is free to play in the club’s pivotal fixture away to Hull City tomorrow. (The Times)

Sunderland player Adam Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of having sex with a 15-year-old girl, following a police raid on his mansion, says the BBC. (The Independent)

Police investigate claims that Chelsea fans were making ‘racist chants’ on train after Capital One Cup final victory. (Daily Mail)

Brad Friedel and Robert Green are the shock names on the contingency plan Chelsea are drawing up for life without goalkeeper Petr Cech. (The Telegraph)

BRENDAN RODGERS believes Philippe Coutinho will come under consideration for individual honours when the end-of-season awards are handed out if he continues his recent improvement. (The Express)

Padraig Harrington won his first PGA Tour event since the 2008 US PGA Championship with a play-off victory over Daniel Berger at the Honda Classic in Florida. (The Guardian)