The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Rio Ferdinand has been left 'dumbfounded' by an FA charge over a tweet he made about Ashley Cole.
Also: Martin O'Neill would love to bring Andy Carroll to Sunderland - despite the striker’s Geordie roots.
And: Clint Dempsey, who has been linked with Liverpool, has moved closer to leaving Fulham by missing the club's pre-season trip to Switzerland.
Daily Mirror: Juventus are set to launch a stunning SEVENTY million pound attempt to lure Robin van Persie to Italy.
Also: Rio Ferdinand is kicking himself over the tweet that has landed him with an FA charge.
Daily Star: Rio Ferdinand is facing a desperate fight to clear his name and avoid being labelled a racist.
Also: Manchester City have reportedly had their shock £13 million bid for defender Daniel Agger rejected by Liverpool.
Daily Mail: Chelsea are preparing a final £7.5m offer for wantaway Wigan winger Victor Moses.
Daily Express: Rio Ferdinand is facing a fight to clear his name and avoid being labelled a racist.
Also: Luka Modric's hopes of a Real Madrid transfer this summer from Tottenham could be at an end after the club said they would not pay his £40m transfer fee.
Metro: West Ham are reported to have agreed a £2million loan fee with Liverpool for unwanted striker Andy Carroll, with a view to a permanent £17m switch should the Hammers stay up.
Also: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed the club are close to offloading Nicklas Bendtner, Sebastian Squillaci and Park Chu-Young, but warned that new boys Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski may not be ready to start the season.
Daily Telegraph: Rio Ferdinand will discuss his response to a Football Association charge for improper conduct with Manchester United's legal advisors after being told he could be fined or suspended for a tweet about Chelsea defender Ashley Cole.
The Times: Rio Ferdinand will hold discussions with the Manchester United hierarchy and the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) today after being charged with improper conduct by the FA in the latest fallout from the John Terry trial.
The Guardian: Andy Carroll will resist a move to West Ham United, even though Liverpool have accepted a bid from the London club that appeared to signal the end of the striker's time at Anfield.
The Independent: The end-of-season win-bonus package paid to Manchester City's triumphant squad for securing the club's first Premier League title in May was a huge £6.2m shared between 24 players, The Independent can reveal.