The top stories making Wednesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Manchester United have a Swiss mountain to climb to avoid possible disaster in the Champions League.
Also: Lille supremo Michel Seydoux has hinted at a full-time move for Joe Cole - if he continues his sparkling form.
And: David Beckham insists Harry Redknapp would be a massive hit with England's stars.
Daily Mirror: Borussia Dortmund have ruled out a January move to Arsenal for 19-year-old forward Mario Gotze.
Also: Manchester City were left cursing poor goals as Edinson Cavani's double left their first Champions League campaign on the brink of failure.
And: Sir Alex Ferguson was left frustrated as Manchester United failed to wrap up a Champions League knockout place.
Plus: LA Galaxy are prepared to pay Chelsea striker Didier Drogba £5m-a-year to replace David Beckham as their big-name import.
Daily Star: Roberto Di Matteo is considering his Chelsea future - just five months after being appointed assistant to Andre Villas-Boas.
Also: Emmanuel Adebayor last night told Tottenham to show him the money if they want him to stay.
And: Arsene Wenger is convinced Manchester City will find a way to escape a UEFA ban despite their massive financial losses.
Daily Mail: Roberto Mancini last night admitted that Manchester City face almost certain elimination from the Champions League.
Also: Arsene Wenger has told his Arsenal team not to let the battle for London supremacy interfere with their European aspirations.
And: Everton are poised to take £18m Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku on loan.
Daily Express: Manchester City face a daunting task to reach the knockout stages after a 2-1 defeat away to Napoli in the Champions League last night.
Also: Andre Villas-Boas last night insisted he did not care if his head was on the chopping block at Chelsea.
Metro: Chelsea and Manchester City have been linked with a move for winger Milos Krasic in January, after his agent name-checked both clubs while saying the player wants to leave Juventus.
Also: David Luiz adopted an unusual tactic to respond to criticism from Gary Neville, who compared the Chelsea defender's style to a 10-year-old playing PlayStation - telling the former Manchester United captain that he loves him via Twitter.
Daily Telegraph: Sir Alex Ferguson hoped to evoke images of Manchester United's glorious history to see off Benfica. Instead, his side were haunted by the memories of a more painful, recent past as their defensive self-destruction returned with potentially calamitous consequences.
Also: Nicolas Anelka has been told he can leave Chelsea in the January transfer window and is considering offers from China, France, Italy, the Middle East and the United States.
The Guardian: Manchester United's stuttering Champions League campaign has delivered another unwelcome result, as a Benfica side full of adventure secured the point that leaves Sir Alex Ferguson's team requiring a draw at Basle in two weeks' time to be sure of qualification to the knockout stages.
The Independent: Nicolas Anelka has been told by Andre Villas-Boas that he is free to leave Stamford Bridge in January, as the Chelsea manager intends to recruit a striker as part of an accelerated revamp of his ageing squad.
Also: Steve Kean, the Blackburn Rovers manager, says that he has personally decided to put new contract talks on hold while his side battles for Premier League survival.