From the Back Pages, July 4: Seven Germany players fall ill ahead of World Cup quarter-final clash with France

From the back pages
From the back pages

Germany have suffered a blow ahead of their World Cup quarter final clash with France after it was revealed a number of the squad have been hit by illness. (Daily Mail)

Arsene Wenger is interested in bringing a second Chile international to Arsenal this summer, with midfielder Arturo Vidal on his list of targets as well as Alexis Sanchez. (The Telegraph)

New Liverpool signing Emre Can claims the Reds can win the Premier League title next season. The 20-year-old, who completed his £9.8million switch from Bayer Leverkusen on Thursday, also believes the Anfield club can match German giants Bayern Munich in Europe. (The Mirror)

Luis Suarez AGREES Barcelona move as Brazil legend Pele backs FIFA ban. (The Express)

Toni Kroos will be a Real Madrid player as soon as his part in the World Cup is over, according to reports. (The Independent)

Revealed: the reason for Murray’s ‘five minutes’ outburst in defeat by Grigor Dimitrov. (The Times)

It is not just her heavy serve, good movement, solid ground strokes and court savvy that make Eugenie Bouchard such a dangerous tennis player. The 20-year-old Canadian showed on Thursday that it is her coolness under pressure and unscheduled distractions that sets her apart from many of her contemporaries, and gives her a decent shot of beating the 2011 champion Petra Kvitova in final. (The Guardian)