The top stories making Thursday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Arsene Wenger suffered a San Siro shocker as Arsenal slumped to their biggest defeat in Europe.
Also: Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge is believed to be considering his future at the club.
And: Roberto Mancini has threatened to cast Carlos Tevez back into the wilderness.
Plus: Udinese defender Mehdi Benatia has issued a 'come and get me' call to Manchester United.
Daily Mirror: Roberto Mancini slammed the door on Carlos Tevez returning to the Manchester City team last night.
Also: Robinho and Kevin-Prince Boateng sent Arsenal crashing to their worst-ever European defeat in the San Siro.
And: Chelsea are considering a £22m bid for Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic.
Daily Star: Shell-shocked Arsenal were slaughtered in the San Siro last night.
Also: Roberto Mancini last night hit back at Carlos Tevez by snapping: 'I treated you too well.'
Daily Mail: A stunning strike from former Kevin-Prince Boateng and two goals from ex-Manchester City star Robinho saw Arsenal's Champions League hopes crushed in the San Siro last night.
Also: Sir Alex Ferguson believes Ryan Giggs could one day succeed him as Manchester United manager.
And: Chelsea are once again showing interest in CSKA Moscow goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.
Daily Express: Arsenal were last night outclassed in a Champions League mauling at the San Siro.
Also: Wayne Rooney is hoping the two-year-old colt he has in training at Michael Owen's Manor House Stables fares better than its dam's two previous foals.
Metro: Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny heaped praise on AC Milan after his side’s Champions League capitulation in Italy.
Also: Roberto Mancini has dismissed Carlos Tevez’s claims that he was ‘treated like a dog’ by the Manchester City manager.
And: Tom Huddlestone took to Twitter to reveal that he will miss the remainder of the season - with Tottenham confirming the player will have surgery on an ankle injury on Friday.
Plus: Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to offer Paul Scholes another year at Manchester United but has claimed there is "no chance" of him playing for England again...Ajax coach Frank de Boer has admitted Luis Suarez is capable of "some stupid things".
Daily Telegraph: This was men against boys, heavyweights battering lightweights, a ruthless Serie A side ripping apart naive visitors from the Premier League. Arsenal were outpaced, out-thought and outfought as Arsene Wenger's woeful failure to invest properly last summer finally caught up with them.
Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has urged Paul Scholes to focus on Manchester United after claiming that an England comeback is 'too big a step'.
The Times: Sir Alex Ferguson has identified Ryan Giggs as a serious candidate to succeed him as Manchester United manager.
Also: As one truculent centre-forward broods at home, another returns to the fray, which pretty much encapsulates Manchester United's recent existence.
The Guardian: For Arsenal here was the evidence of just how far they have fallen behind Europe's elite. Arsene Wenger's team were out-passed, out-thought and, ultimately, outclassed.
The Independent: Sir Alex Ferguson has told Manchester United that he believes Ryan Giggs can be his successor as manager of the club when the 70-year-old finally walks away from Old Trafford.
Also: Four years on from their famous win over Milan at San Siro, Arsenal have been through a lot of change and a lot of heartache but watching them crumble last night you would be hard pushed to make the claim that Arsene Wenger's team have got better.