Sepp Blatter’s first official press conference since announcing he is stepping down as Fifa president was interrupted by the comedian who plays Lee Nelson today. The British comic, real name Simon Brodkin, walked in front of the beleaguered head of world football’s governing body before throwing a wad of fake cash into the air. (The Independent)
It’s time for England to drop Ballance. Michael Vaughan: England’s No 3 needs to be taken out of the firing line - I would restore Jonny Bairstow (The Telegraph)
Chelsea will make a fresh £26million offer for Everton defender John Stones today after the champions’ initial £20m bid was rebuffed. (Daily Mail)
JULES BIANCHI number 17 will be retired from the Formula One World Championship in his honour. (The Express)
Wayne Rooney will play for Everton again at Goodison Park after agreeing to feature in Duncan Ferguson’s testimonial, which is against Villarreal. (The Guardian)
Manchester United have denied claims they have made a £70million bid for Thomas Muller, writes David McDonnell in San Francisco . (The Mirror)
Zach Johnson defeated Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman in a play-off for the Open Championship after Jordan Spieth agonisingly failed to keep his grand-slam dream alive. (The Times)
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