The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Thierry Henry last night personally apologised for swearing at an Arsenal supporter.
Also: Roberto Mancini reopened his feud with Wayne Rooney as Manchester City edged ahead again in the title race.
And: Marseille striker Loic Remy has turned his back on a move to Tottenham.
Daily Mirror: Edin Dzeko scored his first goal in 12 matches to end the Manchester City mini-crisis.
Also: Blackburn reacted furiously to a transfer from £15million-rated defender Chris Samba - by asking for money back from the player.
And: Tottenham have placed a £20m price tag on striker Jermain Defoe who had been linked with a £10m bid from Liverpool.
Daily Star: Edin Dzeko helped Manchester City end their away-day blues and go three points clear at the top of the table last night.
Also: Blackburn last night blocked Chris Samba's bit to quit Ewood Park.
And: Paris Saint-Germain are believed to have made a £25m bid for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez after City turned down a £21m bid from Inter Milan.
Plus: Liverpool are eyeing a move for £5m-rated Swansea striker Scott Sinclair.
Daily Mail: Roberto Mancini's red-card row with Wayne Rooney was re-ignited on Monday night as Manchester City's hard-fought win over Wigan was overshadowed by yet another moment of touchline controversy at the DW Stadium.
Also: Seven footballers from across the four home nations have turned down invitations to play in the Team GB Olympic football team.
Daily Express: Edin Dzeko moved Manchester City three points clear again at the top of the Barclays Premier League.
Also: Chris Samba last night sparked a tug of war between Tottenham and QPR after handing in a transfer request at Blackburn.
Metro: Lokomotiv Moscow are plotting to scupper Arsenal's attempts to land Cologne striker Lukas Podolski this summer.
Also: Moussa Sow has revealed playing for Liverpool would be ‘a dream’, increasing speculation that he could be used as part of a Joe Cole swap deal with Lille.
Daily Telegraph: This was an ugly win for Manchester City but a very important one.
Also: Liverpool have decided to proceed with their original, nine-year-old stadium plans once they have secured the finance to start construction.
The Times: Manchester City have told Inter Milan that they want at least £25million for Carlos Tevez after rejecting a bid from the Italian club for their rebel striker.
The Guardian: Manchester City's lead at the top of the Premier League is back to three points, courtesy of Edin Dzeko's first goal in two months and a measured performance against willing but limited opponents.
Also: Robin van Persie has revealed that Arsenal want his five-year-old son to enter their youth training ranks.
The Independent: Manchester City appeared to be inching closer to ending the Carlos Tevez transfer saga last night, with Inter Milan - now the clear front-runners in the pursuit of him - only £4m short of the £25m asking price which may persuade the club to let him go.
Also: Harry Redknapp was told by the Marseille president, Vincent Labrune, that Loic Remy will not be allowed to leave the club this month when the Tottenham manager attended the club's home game against Lille on Sunday night.