The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Barcelona defender Gerard Pique last night challenged Didier Drogba to stay on his feet in tonight's Nou Camp face-off.
Also: Nani admits that Manchester United are furious about letting rivals City back into the title race.
Daily Mirror: Didier Drogba was last night at the centre of a Champions League "cheat" storm.
Also: Arsenal striker Robin van Persie's agent has held talks about a summer move to Juventus.
And: Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed his interest in Lille midfielder Eden Hazard.
Daily Star: Roberto Di Matteo last night ordered his Chelsea stars walking a disciplinary tightrope to banish fears of missing the Champions League final.
Also: Pep Guardiola last night launched an amazing four-letter word outburst on the eve of his side's showdown with Chelsea.
Daily Mail: The PFA were yesterday forced to defend their decision to include convicted rapist Ched Evans in the League One team of the year.
Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Manchester United's interest in Lille midfielder Eden Hazard.
Daily Express: Pep Guardiola gave Chelsea a dramatic sign of how the pressure is getting to Barcelona by losing his temper ahead of the second leg of their Champions League semi-final tonight.
Also: Yaya Toure says Manchester City can win their last three games and take the title off rivals United.
Metro: Lukas Podolski’s summer transfer to Arsenal has finally been rubber stamped by his club Cologne, according to reports in Germany.
Also: Manchester United's Danny Welbeck is reported to be on the verge of agreeing a new £45,000-a-week contract at Old Trafford.
Daily Telegraph: The hand of Jose Mourinho will be subtly guiding his former players when Chelsea embark on Operation Block Barca here in the Nou Camp tonight.
Also: Yaya Toure claims Manchester United have given Manchester City a second chance of winning the Premier League title following their unexpected loss of form.
The Times: Roberto Di Matteo has dismissed criticism of his side's defensive tactics and insists that Chelsea would be worthy European champions.
Also: Roberto Mancini has been given the clearest indication yet that he will keep his job even if Manchester City miss out on the Barclays Premier League title after a public vote of confidence from Sheikh Mansour, the club's billionaire owner.
The Guardian: Roberto Di Matteo will send his Chelsea team out into the ferocious atmosphere of the Camp Nou convinced they have the resilience and quality to knock Barcelona, the holders, out of the Champions League and go on to claim the trophy for the first time.
The Independent: Roberto Di Matteo said last night that he believed his Chelsea team have the potential to win the Champions League this season, as they prepare to defend a one-goal lead tonight in the second leg of the semi-final against Barcelona in the Nou Camp.
Also: Bolton manager Owen Coyle has told his side they must forget about the injuries they have and cash in their games in hand to avoid following Wolves into the Championship.