From the Back Pages, May 28: Joining PSG would be ‘an honour’ says unsettled Yaya Toure

From the back pages
From the back pages

Yaya Toure has again indicated his future could lie away from Manchester City after saying it would be an “honour” to play for French champions Paris Saint-Germain. (The Independent)

Tottenham Hotspur have named Mauricio Pochettino as their new head coach on a five-year contract as they aim to bring Champions League football back to White Hart Lane. (The Times)

Formula One driver Nico Rosberg and two of Germany’s World Cup squad have been involved in a car accident during a promotional shoot at their World Cup training base on Tuesday which left two people in hospital. (Daily Mail)

QUEENS PARK RANGERS boss Harry Redknapp has admitted defeat on keeping former Newcastle loanee Loic Remy, who targets a move to a Champions League club. (The Express)

England’s flops have admitted their Durham performance was so embarrassing they fear fans may stay away. A whopping 157-run defeat to Sri Lanka didn’t look any better the morning after the night before and the realisation the 4,500 empty seats at Chester-le-Street could yet grow had started to hit home. (The Mirror)

Graeme Smith may have pleased his last game of cricket. Former South Africa captain appeared to call time on his brief county career after returning to homeland for surgery on a fractured knee. (The Telegraph)

Andy Murray survives scare to reach second round of French Open. Wimbledon champion beats Andrey Golubev 6-1, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. (The Guardian)