The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Stuart Pearce rubbed salt into David Beckham's Olympic wounds by telling him: You're nothing special.
Also: Fernando Torres hailed Spain as the greatest team in history and warned: We'll carry on winning for years.
And: Manchester United could be closing in on Portugal’s Joao Moutinho.
Daily Mirror: Robin van Persie wants showdown talks with Arsene Wenger this week to sort out his future.
Also: Gianfranco Zola is back in football after 'verbally agreeing' to be Watford's new boss.
And: Liverpool are considering a move for Newcastle striker Demba Ba.
Daily Star: Stuart Pearce says he would have QUIT Team GB if Britain's Olympic bosses had forced him to pick David Beckham.
Also: Roberto Mancini is poised to sign a new deal at Manchester City and overtake Sir Alex Ferguson as one of the highest-paid bosses in the Premier League.
Daily Mail: Stuart Pearce dealt David Beckham a final Olympic snub last night by denying him any role within Team GB.
Also: Juventus are preparing a cash-plus-player bid for Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
Daily Express: Stuart Pearce said he would have walked out if he had been told to pick David Beckham in his Team GB Olympic squad.
Metro: Cesc Fabregas has warned rivals there is no chance of Spain easing off now they are record breakers.
Also: Great Britain Olympic football coach Stuart Pearce says he is sorry to have left David Beckham out of the London 2012 squad but football-wise it was correct.
And: Manchester United defender Rafael da Silva has ended speculation about his future by signing a new four-year deal at Old Trafford.
Plus: Victor Moses's agent has angered Wigan officials once again by admitting he'll do everything in his power to help his client join Chelsea this summer.
The Times: David Beckham could still feature at the London Olympics as a reserve to the 18-man Great Britain squad announced yesterday, although Stuart Pearce, the manager, has defended his decision to omit the player.
Also: West Ham have made approaches for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku and Inter Milan's Dejan Stankovic.
The Guardian: Stuart Pearce has stoutly defended his decision not to take David Beckham to the London Olympics, insisting he picking his 18 man squad for 'football reasons' and not based on sentimentality, personality or potential ticket sales.
The Independent: The bad news for the rest of the world's elite international sides was that even as the Spanish players were leaving the Olympic Stadium in Kiev as European champions on Sunday night, they were already discussing the prospect of going to Brazil in 2014 to win their fourth tournament in a row.