The world’s press have paid tribute to Diego Maradona after the Argentina icon’s death aged 60.

Maradona died at home on Wednesday following a heart attack, after battling a series of health problems.

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Argentina’s president Alberto Fernandez has declared three days of national mourning, while tributes have flooded in from across the sporting world with Pele, Rafael Nadal and Ronnie O’Sullivan among those to salute a football great.

Now the press has honoured a timeless talent, with numerous front pages across the globe dedicated to the Boca Juniors, Barcelona and Napoli legend.

L'EQUIPE: GOD IS DEAD

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AS: D10 IS DEAD

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TUTTOSPORT: AD10S

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LIBERATION: HEAVENLY

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A BOLA: THE LAST FEINT

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LA GAZZETTA DELLO SPORT: FOR NUMBER 10 MARADONA, FOOTBALL CRIES MORE THAN EVERYONE

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MIRROR SPORT: HE LEAVES BUT DOES NOT LEAVE... DIEGO IS ETERNAL

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MARCA: IF I DIE, I WANT TO BE REBORN AND I WANT TO BE A FOOTBALLER... AND I WANT TO BE DIEGO ARMANDO MARADONA AGAIN

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RECORD: GOD DOES NOT DIE

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THE MESSENGER: AD10S

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THE GUARDIAN: EL DIEGO

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