The top stories making Sunday's back pages in the UK...
Sunday Mirror: Harry Redknapp will offer Carlos Tevez a Premier League lifeline.
Also: Fabio Capello will be offered a staggering £30million to restructure football in Qatar.
And: Carlos Tevez will go to war with Manchester City.
Plus: David Beckham is set to be part of Stuart Pearce's GB Olympic team with former Manchester United team-mate Ryan Giggs expected to follow suit.
The People: Madcap Mario Balotelli had to flee his burning mansion at 1am yesterday - after a firework prank with pals went wrong.
Also: Manchester City want to fine Kolo Toure around £500,000 for his drugs ban eight months after the offence came to light.
And: Harry Redknapp has offered to rescue Carlos Tevez's Premier League career.
Daily Star Sunday: Manchester City have decided to hit troublemaker Carlos Tevez with five separate charges.
Mail on Sunday: Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli was forced to escape an early morning blaze at his £3million rented house on the eve of today's top-of-the-table derby clash at Old Trafford.
Sunday Express: Manchester City insist there has been no softening of their stance over rebel striker Carlos Tevez.
Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that he could have been British football's Lord of the Rings.
Metro: 36-year-old Alessandro Del Piero is being linked with Fulham and QPR as Juventus say their captain can leave the club at the end of the season.
Also: Marouane Chamakh's agent insists the Moroccan striker will not be leaving Arsenal in January, despite being linked with a number of clubs.
Sunday Telegraph: Manchester City are planning to transform the Etihad stadium into a venue to rival Old Trafford as they look at the next phase of planning for their Eastlands site.
Also: Angry Wolves manager Mick McCarthy yesterday responded to prolonged abuse from his own supporters with a remarkable offer to fight his critics.
Sunday Times: Manchester United have had a £2.5m bid for Real Betis winger Alvaro Vadillo rejected.
The Observer: Mario Balotelli's remarkable capacity for self-inflicted problems resurfaced on the eve of the Manchester derby when he had to escape from his burning house after a fire caused by letting off fireworks in the bathroom in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Also: Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has compared Yaya Toure to his former Sampdoria team-mate Ruud Gullit.
The Independent on Sunday: On the eve of an eagerly awaited Manchester derby between the top two teams in the Premier League, City's manager, Roberto Mancini, has unexpectedly held up United's Wayne Rooney as an example to his own Carlos Tevez.
Also: Delia Smith, Norwich's owner, once wrote a book called One is Fun. For those taking the not-always-obvious road back from Merseyside to Norfolk, this one point would have seemed a lot of fun.