The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Roberto Mancini's new £37.5million contract makes him British football's highest-paid boss.
Also: Arsenal star Jack Wilshere has been disciplined by UEFA for breaking strict player rules by appearing to boast on Twitter about betting on his team.
And: Manchester City hope striker Emmanuel Adebayor will move to Tottenham for £5m in a deal that would pave the way for a bid for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie to be made.
Plus: Real Madrid are ready to offer Ricardo Carvalho to Spurs in a bid to land Luka Modric.
Daily Mirror: Andy Carroll faces a fight for his Liverpool future. New Kop boss Brendan Rodgers has told the England striker to prove he can be part of the revolution that is about to sweep Anfield.
Also: AC Milan are prepared to pay £20m for Man City striker Edin Dzeko.
And: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to bid £7.5 million for Fulham's American star Clint Dempsey in his first major transfer raid.
Daily Star: Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas is closing in on a £6m deal for Emmanuel Adebayor.
Also: Manchester United are closing in on a £16m deal to land England and Everton star Leighton Baines.
Daily Mail: Chelsea have pulled off another transfer coup by clinching the signature of £25million Brazilian wonderkid Oscar.
Also: Manchester United are stepping up their £30million bid for Sao Paulo midfielder Lucas Moura amid competition from Inter Milan., with a United delegation due to arrive in Brazil on Tuesday to open talks after the 19-year-old's father spoke to Inter on Friday.
Metro: Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers says there has been no enquiry from AC Milan for striker Andy Carroll, despite reported interest.
Also: France forward Loic Remy has distanced himself from a move to Tottenham this summer, by pledging his immediate future to Marseille.
Daily Telegraph: Chelsea appear to have beaten Tottenham Hotspur to sign highly rated Brazilian midfielder Oscar in a deal understood to be worth more than £22million.
Also: Brendan Rodgers has challenged Andy Carroll to prove he can fit into a new Liverpool system or risk being sent out on loan next season.
The Times: Andy Carroll is battling to save his Liverpool career less than 18 months after becoming the ninth-most expensive player in football history.
Also: Roberto Mancini has finally agreed a new five-year contract worth almost £38million with Manchester City that will make him the highest-paid manager in European football after Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.
The Guardian: Roberto Mancini has signed a new deal as Manchester City manager, agreeing a five-year contract worth at least £25m that secures him at the club until 2017.
The Independent: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was non-committal on the future of Andy Carroll, as his club closed in on adding Roma's Fabio Borini to the Anfield strike force.