From the Back Pages, May 11: Suarez ISN’T Footballer of the Year insists Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho

From the back pages
From the back pages

Jose Mourinho claims Luis Suarez is not worthy of his two Player of the Year awards. (The Mirror)

José Mourinho is to submit a written report reviewing his first campaign back in English football on Monday and will state his case for the retention of the team’s experienced core of John Terry, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole beyond the expiry of their contracts. (The Guardian)

Brendan Rodgers says Liverpool face a crucial summer in the transfer market if they are build on this year’s title challenge. Rodgers is making plans to add to his squad with Southampton’s £25 million-rated Adam Lallana a prime target and Cardiff defender Steven Caulker also under serious consideration for an £8 million bid. (The Telegraph)

Ryan Giggs wants to sign off his spell as Manchester United manager by leading the club into the Europa League. (Daily Mail)

Manchester City v West Ham: Manuel Pellegrini method is the opposite of Roberto Mancini madness. (The Independent)

EVERTON goalkeeper Tim Howard claims that David Moyes cannot be held entirely responsible for his sacking by Manchester United. (The Express)

Now Lewis Hamilton is toying with them. The Briton left it to the last seconds to sneak pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix from Nico Rosberg, his team-mate. (The Times)