From the back pages, April 29: Reading and QPR relegated after goalless draw

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Reading and QPR were BOTH relegated after a goalless draw at the Madejski Stadium. The Premier League bottom two have been condemned to the Championship with three games still to play. They are both now nine points behind 17th-placed Aston Villa. (The Sun)

Arsène Wenger remains “convinced” that Arsenal will qualify for the Champions League but he warned that there was no longer any margin for error after a Bacary Sagna blunder allowed Robin van Persie to mark his Emirates Stadium return with Manchester United’s equaliser in Sunday’s 1-1 draw. (The Guardian)

Chris Froome enhanced his status as the Tour de France favourite after completed a start-to-finish victory in the Tour of Romandie. (The Times)

David Haye will face Manuel Charr on his return to the ring this summer. The former heavyweight champion will take on the Lebanon-born German on June 29 at the Manchester Arena. (Daily Mail)

After being stranded on 200 Chelsea goals for six weeks, Frank Lampard moved within one of Bobby Tambling’s club record on Sunday with the second goal of a very comfortable defeat of Swansea City. (The Independent)

Liverpool are ready to make an £8million move for QPR striker Loic Remy as they prepare for life without the banned Luis Suarez. (The Express)

Wayne Rooney could quit Manchester United for just £12million a year from now, writes the Sunday People. Rooney could become one of the first – and most high-profile – players to benefit from a tightening of FIFA’s laws to be agreed in the coming months. (The Mirror)