The top stories making Tuesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Roberto Mancini is furious Manchester City are falling behind Manchester United in the race to sign Robin van Persie.
Also: Luka Modric has made a grovelling apology to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy for going on strike.
Daily Mirror: Roberto Mancini has had a major bust-up with his Manchester City bosses over their failure to land Robin van Persie.
Also: Tim Cahill is ready to quit Everton for New York Red Bulls - and team up with Thierry Henry in the Big Apple.
And: Manchester United are chasing River Plate's Argentina Under-20s midfielder Ezequiel Cirigliano.
Daily Star: Andy Carroll has told Liverpool they will not force him out of Anfield.
Also: Scott Parker was last night sensationally ruled out for up to six weeks with an Achilles injury.
Daily Mail: Roberto Mancini fears Manchester City have lost the initiative in the scramble for Robin van Persie's signature.
Also: Zenit St Petersburg have joined the race to sign Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel, with Manchester City and Napoli also interested.
Daily Express: Tim Cahill will bring the curtain down on a distinguished Everton career today by moving to Major League Soccer with New York Red Bulls.
Metro: Manchester United have agreed a £26million deal to sign teenage Brazil sensation Lucas Moura, according to reports.
Also: Arsene Wenger has admitted Robin van Persie could leave Arsenal, but added any deal to sell the Gunners skipper would have to take place before the start of next season.
And: Frank Lampard admits the new season could be his last as a Chelsea player.
Plus: QPR bad boy Joey Barton says he hopes to help the young players at Football League newcomers Fleetwood Town by training with them for pre-season.
Daily Telegraph: Juventus are edging ahead in the race for Robin van Persie as they prepare a £20m bid to tempt the Arsenal captain away from the Emirates Stadium.
The Guardian: Spain winger Santi Cazorla has told Arsenal that he is prepared to leave Malaga to join them.
The Independent: Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere could be back in action by the end of next month after a year out with ankle and knee problems.