From the Back Pages, May 2: Arsène Wenger tells José Mourinho to ‘show more respect’

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The endless war of words between Arsène Wenger and José Mourinho continued this morning as the Arsenal manager suggested his Chelsea counterpart should show more respect after claiming that Arsenal’s 10-year championship drought was “boring”. (The Times)

Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has admitted that striker Alexis Sanchez may miss the start of the next Premier League season. (The Independent)

Gareth Bale to Manchester United is a move made in heaven. Old Trafford would be in ecstasy if a player who always looked destined to follow in the footsteps of Ryan Giggs amd George Best was signed this summer. (The Telegraph)

Pep Guardiola has advised Sebastian Kehl to keep his trap shut after the Borussia Dortmund captain poked fun at Bayern Munich for Tuesday night’s home defeat at the Allianz Arena. (Daily Mail)

LOUIS VAN GAAL agrees with opposite number Tony Pulis that Manchester United will be challenging for the Premier League title in 12 months. (The Express)

Floyd Mayweather has sent a private, handwritten note to members of his staff, the intensely loyal people who service his every whim around the clock, the tone of which suggests the unbeaten champion has come to terms with saying goodbye to boxing at 38. (The Guardian)

Floyd Mayweather is a ‘broken person’, according to Muhammad Ali’s daughter, Laila. Money caused controversy when he said he was better then Ali in the build up to his big-money showdown with Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas on Saturday night. (The Mirror)