The top stories making Saturday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: The flame is alight and the whole of Great Britain is burning with Olympic pride and passion.
Also: Arsene Wenger last night lost his cool over the Robin van Persie saga.
Daily Mirror: Arsene Wenger lost his cool last night after claiming Arsenal had received no offers for striker Robin van Persie.
Also: John Terry faces a second fight to save his reputation after being charged by the FA with racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
And: Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has intervened to help the Spanish club sign Tottenham playmaker Luka Modric.
Daily Star: John Terry was last night charged by the FA for alleged racist abuse.
Also: Roberto Mancini's rant at the Manchester City board looks set to land him his dream player, Daniele De Rossi.
Daily Mail: John Terry vowed last night to fight an FA charge of making a racist remark towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
Also: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger last night claimed the club have not received a single offer for striker Robin van Persie.
And: Juventus have ended their interest in trying to sign Van Persie, who is also a target for Manchester City and Manchester United.
Plus: Arsenal are on the brink of completing the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin on a season-long loan deal.
Daily Express: John Terry faces a fresh fight to restore his reputation after he was charged by the FA with racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Also: Arsene Wenger lost his cool when quizzed about Robin van Persie's future after Arsenal slumped to defeat last night agains the team who are favourites to sign him.
Metro: Arsenal have denied that they are on the verge on signing Real Madrid's Nuri Sahin, after the midfielder was reported to be on his way to England to complete a season long-loan.
Also: Fabio Capello has claimed that his England manager contract was breached when the Football Association stripped John Terry of the captaincy – and said he left the job because he was ‘p****d off’.
Daily Telegraph: John Terry is ready to take on the Football Association after being charged with using abusive and threatening behaviour towards QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
Also: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has presented a 180-page manifesto to the club's owners detailing his vision for the future of the club.
The Times: John Terry is facing another battle to clear his name over racial abuse allegations after being charged by the FA last night with using 'abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour', including 'a reference to the ethnic origin and/or colour and/or race' of Anton Ferdinand.
Also: Arsene Wenger finally lost his temper over the Robin van Persie transfer saga last night.
The Guardian: John Terry has denied a Football Association charge for the use of racially abusive language during Chelsea's defeat at Queens Park Rangers last October and requested a personal hearing as he attempts to avoid a suspension that would rule him out of the start of the Premier League season.
Also: The England striker Andy Carroll will leave Liverpool only for a club who can provide him with European football.
The Independent: The former England captain John Terry set the stage last night for another monumental disciplinary hearing for the Football Association when he requested a personal hearing to contest a charge by the governing body of having racially abused Anton Ferdinand.