The top stories making Saturday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Brendan Rodgers wants Luis Suarez to use his Olympic misery to bring Anfield a golden glow.
Also: Edin Dzeko has blasted Manchester City for using him as a sub.
Daily Mirror: New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has told Luis Suarez to rise above fan abuse and leave his anger behind.
Also: Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has made an enquiry about Malaga and France midfielder Jeremy Toulalan.
And: Wigan want Arsenal's young Japanese star Ryo Miyaichi on loan - to replace Victor Moses.
Daily Mail: Brendan Rodgers has urged Luis Suarez to leave the past behind and channel his energies into helping revive Liverpool's fortunes.
Also: Manchester City are poised to firm up interest in Roma midfielder Daniele de Rossi with a £20million offer.
And: Manchester United are pressing to finalise the £30million transfer of Brazil's Lucas Moura, 19, from Sao Paulo.
Metro: Robin van Persie is set for an uncomfortable return to the Arsenal line-up after Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus all cooled their interest in the want-away striker.
Also: Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo is weighing up a move for another striker, after granting Romelu Lukaku permission to quit the club on loan this summer.
And: Salomon Rondon is ready to snub interest from Tottenham, Newcastle and West Ham to move to Russian outfit Rubin Kazan.
The Guardian: Jose Mourinho has told Arsenal he will not stand in the way of their attempt to sign the midfielder Nuri Sahin.
Also: Steven Pienaar has urged Everton to resist any move from Manchester United for Leighton Baines as he looks to rekindle his potent partnership with the England international at Goodison Park.