SUNDAY: Hail the new King

Read all about it: UK national newspapers review.
Read all about it: UK national newspapers review.
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WHAT today’s papers say:

THE SUN SUNDAY: Bradley Wiggins will today be crowned Tour de France king. Also: Robin van Persie is demanding £10.1million a year for his signature this summer.

SUNDAY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has launched a staunch defence of the Glazer family. Also: Bradley Wiggins will make history in Paris today by becoming the first Brit to win the Tour de France.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Brazil’s Lucas Moura has revealed his ‘excitement’ at the prospect of a £30m move to Man United. Also: Bradley Wiggins is almost certain to be the first Brit to win the Tour de France today.

SUNDAY EXPRESS: Graeme McDowell predicted a week ago that the Open Championship was heading back to Northern Ireland. Also: The National Anthem will ring out over the Champs Elysees today to herald Bradley Wiggins as Britain’s first-ever Tour de France winner.

MAIL ON SUNDAY: Manchester United’s move to sign Robin van Persie is hanging in the balance because Arsenal are refusing to budge on their £30million valuation of the Dutch striker.

THE SUNDAY TIMES: Nineteen years have passed since an Australian won the Open and now another has one hand on the Claret Jug. Also: Bradley Wiggins will be crowned Tour de France champion today.

THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Bradley Wiggins will make history today when he becomes the first British rider to win the Tour de France. Also: England`s grip on the world Test championship was loosened yesterday.

INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY: Wonderful Bradley Wiggins has set up a victory procession. Arsene Wenger has reiterated his desire to keep Robin van Persie at Arsenal.

THE PEOPLE: Bradley Wiggins will sip champagne on a cruise into Paris to be acclaimed as Britain`s first winner of the Tour de France. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has rounded on Chelsea and Manchester City for spending too much money on agents and not taking a chance on kids.

THE OBSERVER: Bradley Wiggins will become the first British winner of the Tour de France. Also: Arsene Wenger is still intent on keeping Robin van Persie at Arsenal.