The top stories making Monday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Luis Suarez is heading for the Anfield exit door after Liverpool officially branded him a liar.
Also: Joleon Lescott fired Manchester City back to the top of the Premier League yesterday.
And: Mick McCarthy said sorry to Wolves fans after his flops suffered a five-goal mauling by West Brom. But he insisted: 'I'm still the man for the job.'
Plus: Manchester United's tunnel melee with Liverpool at half-time at Old Trafford was sparked by a spitting incident...Manchester City midfielder Abdul Razak will join Championship side Brighton on loan once Yaya Toure returns from the African Cup of Nations...Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is interested in signing Ipswich's Cameroon-born Irish forward Carel Tiofack after watching the 17-year-old in a youth match.
Daily Mirror: Luis Suarez is heading for the Anfield exit after lying to his manager and undermining the club.
Also: Roberto Mancini expects Carlos Tevez back in training this week, but still wants an apology from the striker.
And: Andre Villas-Boas is battling to save his job as Chelsea manager.
Daily Star: Luis Suarez is fighting for his Liverpool career after the club ordered him to issue a humiliating apology for snubbing a handshake with Patrice Evra.
Also: Andre Villas-Boas has admitted he will be sacked if Chelsea finish outside the Premier League's top four.
And: Paul Scholes is set to be offered a place in England's Euro 2012 squad.
Plus: Roberto Mancini has told Joe Hart he is still well short of being the world's best goalkeeper.
Daily Mail: Luis Suarez's Liverpool future has been plunged into doubt after he was accused by Anfield officials of deceiving them over his intention to shake hands with Patrice Evra.
Also: The FA are preparing to wait until the end of the season before making an approach for Harry Redknapp to become England manager.
Daily Express: Luis Suarez's long-term future at Liverpool is in serious doubt after he was publicly castigated by the Anfield hierarchy and accused of misleading them over his intentions to shake hands with Patrice Evra.
Also: Harry Redknapp last night said he would try to persuade Paul Scholes to be part of his team at Euro 2012 - if he takes on the England job.
Metro: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has apologised for refusing to shake hands with Manchester United defender Patrice Evra at Old Trafford.
Also: Mick McCarthy apologised to Wolves' fans after their team lost 5-1 to West Brom – but insisted he remains the right man for the job.
And: Wayne Rooney has admitted he would love the England captaincy, but thinks Steven Gerrard is the "perfect" choice to lead the national team.
Plus: Jurgen Klinsmann is reportedly being lined up as a replacement for Harry Redknapp at Spurs, should the manager be lured away by the coveted England job.
Daily Telegraph: Luis Suarez's future at Anfield has been thrust into doubt after Liverpool condemned the striker for 'misleading' the club by refusing to shake Patrice Evra's hand before Saturday's game with Manchester United.
Also: Roman Abramovich held a crisis meeting with Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas and the first-team squad at the club's Cobham training ground in Surrey yesterday with fears growing that the season is unravelling.
The Times: Luis Suarez's relationship with Liverpool came under severe strain yesterday when he was castigated by the club's hierarchy for failing to shake Patrice Evra's hand before the 2-1 defeat by Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Guardian: Luis Suarez's future at Liverpool has been placed in doubt after the contrition the club has been accused of lacking throughout his dispute with Patrice Evra emerged in an unprecedented series of statements from Anfield yesterday.
Also: This was the blackest of Black Country derbies for Mick McCarthy and an afternoon that could well prove to be his downfall as Wolves manager.
The Independent: Liverpool will attempt to repair the club's severely fractured relationship with Luis Suarez today after accusing him of deceit, on a day of extraordinary contrition in which Kenny Dalglish admitted that his own conduct in a television was not befitting of the club's manager.
Also: From JR Ewing to Dirty Den walking back into the Queen Vic, every good villain in a soap opera needs to comeback and tomorrow Carlos Tevez is expected to return to Manchester.