The top stories making Monday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud will not be fit enough to start the new Premier League season for Arsenal.
Also: Gareth Bale has accused Charlie Adam of attacking him - twice.
Daily Mirror: Manchester City have rocked Liverpool with a £13million bid for defender Daniel Agger, while Real Madrid and Barcelona are also interested.
Also: Gareth Bale has branded Charlie Adam a 'coward' for trying to crock him again.
And: Arsenal are set to make a another raid on Southampton with 17-year-old full back Luke Shaw their target.
Plus: Manchester City are facing the prospect of handing Emmanuel Adebayor a free transfer.
Daily Star: Gareth Bale last night launched a blistering attack on Liverpool's Charlie Adam, calling the Scot a 'coward'.
Daily Mail: Gareth Bale will flatly refuse any apology from Charlie Adam on principle after he branded the Liverpool midfielder a coward.
Also: Sunderland have made a £12million bid for long-time target Steven Fletcher, 25, who Wolves value at £15m.
Daily Express: Gareth Bale has launched a withering attack on Charlie Adam and branded the Liverpool midfielder a 'coward', claiming he deliberately planned to injure him.
Also: Chelsea have not finished spending yet, according to chief executive Ron Gourlay. They have already splashed out nearly £65m since last season, bringing in Eden Hazard, Oscar, Marko Marin and Eden’s brother Thorgan.
Metro: Great Britain are on the brink of the quarter-finals after second-half goals from substitutes Scott Sinclair and Daniel Sturridge helped kill off a determined UAE at Wembley.
Also: Theo Walcott has revealed he is keen to sign a new contract with Arsenal, despite rumours linking him with a return to Southampton.
And: Manchester United are reportedly monitoring Ashley Cole's situation at Chelsea, after failing to make progress in their pursuit of Everton's Leighton Baines.
Daily Telegraph: Tottenham's Gareth Bale has labelled Charlie Adam a 'coward' and has claimed that the Liverpool midfielder deliberately set out to injure him during Saturday's supposed friendly match in the United States.
The Times: Gareth Bale intensified his feud with Charlie Adam last night by labelling the Liverpool midfield player a coward and claiming that his opponent deliberately set out to injure him during the pre-season friendly in Baltimore on Saturday.
Also: Tottenham could resurrect their interest in former Chelsea defender Ricardo Carvalho after he was told he can leave Real Madrid.
The Independent: Gareth Bale has launched a withering attack on Charlie Adam, branding the Liverpool midfielder a 'coward' amid accusations he deliberately set out to injure him.