From the Back Pages, April 27: Luke Shaw won’t agree £30m move to Manchester United until they appoint David Moyes’ successor

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Manchester United’s top summer target Luke Shaw won’t agree to a move to Old Trafford until he knows the identity of the club’s next manager. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United 4 Norwich City 0: It was not as quite as rip-roaring or thrilling as the scoreline might suggest but it was still a dream start for Ryan Giggs on his managerial debut. In the first game since David Moyes’s sacking as Manchester United manager, Giggs coaxed the biggest Barclays Premier League win at Old Trafford this season from the champions. (The Times)

Ryan Giggs hails ‘dream day’ as Wayne Rooney backs Welshman for permanent Man Utd job. (The Express)

Manchester City to swap England keeper Joe Hart for Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris? (Daily Mirror)

A game too far, a bad day at the office – pick an explanation. Porous in defence, ponderous in midfield and lightweight in attack, Everton were a pale shadow of the team that reeled off seven wins in a row to raise hopes of reaching fourth place in the Premier League, which Arsenal can now grasp even more firmly by beating Newcastle United at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow evening. (The Independent)

When Fernando Amorebieta put Fulham 2-0 ahead with half an hour remaining, their supporters started singing the theme from The Great Escape – a premature celebration, it transpired. Victory would have lifted Fulham out of the relegation zone, but it was not to be as Hull City stormed back to earn the point that should allow Steve Bruce’s side to spend at least another season in the Premier League. (The Telegraph)

Swansea’s Premier League place is safe for another year after achieving back-to-back wins for the first time since December 2012 but Villa remain embroiled in the relegation battle to the dismay of their supporters, who derided the fifth defeat in the last six games with choruses of “We want Lambert out” and demanded to know what was going on. (The Guardian)