The top stories making Wednesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Rio Ferdinand insists he will not be gagged by anyone - despite facing an FA probe and taking horrific abuse from rival fans on Twitter.
Also: Liverpool are ready to make Joe Allen their second signing of the new Anfield era by triggering a £15million release clause in his contract.
Daily Mirror: Rio Ferdinand has defended his use of Twitter - despite the threat of an FA charge.
Also: PSG are ready to outbid Real Madrid for Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric.
Daily Star: John Terry will learn in the next 48 hours whether he will be charged by the FA for his clash with Anton Ferdinand.
Daily Mail: Tottenham have made an enquiry for long-time Chelsea target Willian of Shakhtar Donetsk.
Also: Manchester United are considering whether to make a final offer for Brazilian playmaker Lucas Moura or risk seeing the deal collapse.
And: AC Milan are pushing for talks with Manchester City over a deal for striker Carlos Tevez.
Daily Express: John Terry will learn later this week whether he will be charged by the Football Association for using racially abusive language during his controversial clash with Anton Ferdinand.
Metro: Liverpool owner Tom Werner is adamant new boss Brendan Rodgers will have the final say over the future of £35 million flop Andy Carroll.
Also: Tottenham’s wantaway midfielder Luka Modric looked a little distraught as he returned to the Spurs’ training ground.
And: Arsenal youngster Emmanuel Frimpong has been charged with improper conduct by the FA for comments he made on Twitter.
The Guardian: Luka Modric's desire to force a transfer to Real Madrid has been complicated by interest from Paris St Germain, who have indicated that they would be prepared to pay Tottenham Hotspur's asking price of £40m.
Also: John Terry is expected to learn by the weekend whether he is to be sanctioned by the Football Association for the use of racially abusive language during Chelsea's defeat at Queen's Park Rangers last October.
And: Newcastle United have contacted Marseille with a view to signing the French international Loic Remy.
The Independent: Thorgan Hazard will join his older brother Eden at Stamford Bridge next season after Chelsea confirmed his signing from Lens.