From the Back Pages, May 20: Newcastle launch 2015/16 home kit... with the WRONG Wonga logo on it

From the back pages
From the back pages

Newcastle have unveiled their new kit for the 2015/16 season - only in their haste to unveil the new strip, a rather big error has been made. (The Independent)

Raheem Sterling felt the wrath of Liverpool supporters when he was jeered upon winning the Young Player of the Year at the club’s awards ceremony on Tuesday night. (The Telegraph)

Not since buying Liverpool in October 2010 has Fenway Sports Group (FSG) endured such a chastening 72 hours. On Saturday, supporters at Anfield reacted with derision to the suggestion that the club are heading in the right direction. Then yesterday there was a vicious double whammy as Michel Platini confirmed that the Financial Fair Play rules which attracted John W. Henry to purchase the club are to be relaxed and Raheem Sterling’s camp made it known that the winger wishes to leave. (The Times)

Manchester United demand £29m for David de Gea but Real Madrid want swap deal involving defender Fabio Coentrao. (Daily Mail)

LOUIS VAN GAAL has warned some of his players they face a “rough summer” as he shakes up Manchester United’s squad. (The Express)

Jason Gillespie will enter talks with the director of England cricket, Andrew Strauss, over the vacant head coach role knowing his bargaining position has grown stronger as a result of the decision by his former Australia team-mate Justin Langer to withdraw from the running. (The Guardian)

Jonny Evans could leave Manchester United for Everton this summer in a deal worth up to £10million. (The Mirror)

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