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Other lead stories in the preview-packed newspapers include The Sun's claim that tonight's Champions League final will be "the richest match in football history", worth £85m to the winners and £30m to the runners-up. Claude Makelele's challenge on Ashley Cole during the Chelsea training session is also well covered, while Peter Schmeichel, Alex Stepney and Phil Neville are among the former United players backing the Reds to triumph.
Another ex-Red is quoted by The Sun on Cristiano Ronaldo's future. Former defender Gabriel Heinze doesn't expect his good friend to follow him to Real Madrid, at least not while Sir Alex is still at United. "I talk with Ronaldo all the time and I tell him how great this club is and the nice things that Madrid has. But he has a coach who had trust in him when he was younger. Whilst Ferguson is at United it is very difficult (for Ronaldo to leave)."