The top stories making Sunday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: English Football is on the brink of civil war following the John Terry racism trial.
Also: Real Madrid are confident of signing Tottenham playmaker Luka Modric in the next 48 hours.
And: Fabricio Coloccini last night insisted Newcastle are no one-season wonders and will be challenging for the Champions League again.
Sunday Mirror: Manchester City will have to make a big bid for Robin van Persie this week or the striker will go on Arsenal’s pre-season tour of Asia and potentially play against them.
Also: Christian Eriksen is set to demand answers from Ajax about a move to Manchester United.
And: Ryan Giggs is preparing to become a manager.
Daily Star Sunday: Robin van Persie has been spotted house-hunting in Cheshire to signal that it's a straight fight between Man City and Man United for his signature.
Mail on Sunday: Football's rulers will come under huge pressure to charge John Terry with using racially offensive language, despite the former England captain's acquittal at Westminster Magistrates' Court last week.
Also: Manchester United star Rio Ferdinand has re-ignited football's racism row by appearing to endorse a Twitter insult aimed at Ashley Cole.
And: Carlos Tevez is poised to move to AC Milan this week, opening the way for Manchester City to make their £30million bid for Robin van Persie. Manchester United are also in the hunt for the Arsenal striker.
Sunday Express: Chelsea are set to beat Tottenham to the signing of Internacional's attacking midfielder Oscar.
Metro: Chelsea target Oscar looks increasingly likely to be making a move to the Premier League this summer after Internacional president Giovanni Luigi revealed the Brazilian club had received an enquiry about the midfielder.
Also: Liverpool are on the cusp of signing Italy forward Fabio Borini, after agreeing an £11million deal with Roma, and are also closing in on Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Igor Denisov.
Sunday Telegraph: Rio Ferdinand appeared to endorse an accusation that Ashley Cole betrayed his race yesterday for the statements the Chelsea defender gave at John Terry's trial last week.
Sunday Times: Football's racism row refused to go away yesterday after Rio Ferdinand was forced to defend himself against claims that he had applauded a racially loaded comment made about Ashley Cole on Twitter.
Also: Manchester United are ready to make a £10million bid for Leighton Baines, the Everton and England left back.
The Independent on Sunday: John Terry walked out of court yesterday fully acquitted of having racially abused Anton Ferdinand but not without some reservations from the judge about the Chelsea captain's version of events.
Also: Football in Scotland was plunged into chaos yesterday when Rangers were relegated into the Third Division following a vote by Scottish Football League chairmen at Hampden Park.