From the Back Pages, June 16: Chelsea may have to leave Stamford Bridge for at least two seasons

From the back pages
From the back pages

Chelsea’s plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge into a 60,000-seat stadium could see them play their home matches elsewhere for at least two seasons should the go-ahead be given for work to begin on their home of 110 years. (The Guardian)

Arsenal will step up their efforts to agree a new long-term contract with Theo Walcott now the forward is back home from international duty. (The Telegraph)

Gary Cahill, the Chelsea defender, insists that England’s unbeaten season should not be “overlooked” as Roy Hodgson’s side prepare to make amends for their desperately disappointing World Cup at next summer’s European Championship finals. (The Times)

EOIN MORGAN will tell his one day side to stay on the front foot in Nottingham on Wednesday despite going down in a blaze of glory in the third ODI against New Zealand. (The Express)

The agent of Hoffenheim forward Roberto Firmino confirmed that his client would be moving to England next season. (Daily Mail)

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has admitted the club would be powerless to prevent Paul Pogba leaving if they receive a large offer. (The Mirror)

Chelsea’s kits for next season have apparently been leaked on social media. The adidas kits will feature the Yokohoma sponsorship for the first time in 2015-16, after the Japanese tyre company signed a deal earlier this year worth £40million-a-year. (The Independent)

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