The top stories making Wednesday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Chelsea players were in revolt against boss Andre Villas-Boas last night - before this Naples defeat.
Also: Theo Walcott has emerged as a shock target for Chelsea, who could be willing to swap him for striker Daniel Sturridge.
And: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is keen on signing Standard Liege and Ghana international defender Daniel Opare.
Plus: Manchester United winger Nani will be offered a new four-year contract worth £130,000-a-week.
Daily Mirror: Andre Villas-Boas must pull off one of the great European escape acts next month to save his job.
Also: Carlos Tevez has finally apologised to Manchester City for going on strike - clearing the way for him to play for them again.
And: Chelsea midfielder Ramires is close to signing a contract extension that would keep him at the club until 2017.
Daily Star: Andre Villas-Boas took a massive gamble with his job last night - and lost.
Also: John Terry is facing a fight to be fit for Euro 2012 after he was told he needs surgery on a knee injury.
Daily Mail: Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas was left fighting for his managerial life last night after his team selection gamble backfired with a disastrous Champions League defeat.
Also: Manchester City may make a summer move for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, who is also a target for Chelsea.
And: John Terry will have a knee operation today which is expected to rule him out for up to eight weeks, heaping problems on Andre Villas-Boas but easing a dilemma for Stuart Pearce.
Daily Express: Andre Villas-Boas took a massive gamble by dropping rebels Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard - and lost, putting his own future on the line.
Also: Carlos Tevez last night finally said sorry to Manchester City, five months after his Munich mutiny.
Metro: Arsenal are ready to open fresh contract talks with winger Theo Walcott, midfielder Tomas Rosicky and striker Robin van Persie after the trio indicated they are keen to stay at the club.
Also: Chelsea have been rocked by the news that John Terry will reportedly be sidelined for up to two months after aggravating his knee injury in Naples.
And: West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has claimed Newcastle's Demba Ba has got a £7m release clause in his contract, which could see their top scorer leave for a fraction of his value in the summer.
Plus: Harry Redknapp will welcome back Rafael van der Vaart for Spurs' crucial clash with north London rivals Arsenal on Sunday...West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has revealed the club failed in bids for both Carlos Tevez and Fernando Torres in January.
Daily Telegraph: Andre Villas-Boas' beloved project went up in smoke in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius last night.
Also: John Terry is set to undergo an operation today and could be out for up to two months.
The Times: Andre Villas-Boas' fragile grip on his job loosened a little further last night after Chelsea lost 3-1 to Napoli in the first leg of their Champions League round-of-16 tie at the Stadio San Paolo.
Also: Craig Whyte used £18million from advance season ticket sales to complete his takeover of the club, administrators said last night.
The Guardian: These are the moments when Andre Villas-Boas, for all his outward confidence, could be forgiven for wondering how much longer a man with Roman Abramovich's lack of tolerance is prepared to stand by him when the evidence of Chelsea's deterioration is so overwhelming.
Also: Carlos Tevez has issued an unreserved apology to 'everybody I have let down' at Manchester City following his five-month battle with the club and declared his hope that Roberto Mancini will now allow him to return to action.
The Independent: John Terry will miss England's friendly against the Netherlands a week today as he recovers from a knee operation that the former captain of the national team is expected to undergo today.
Also: Carlos Tevez last night sought to salvage his Manchester City career by issuing an apology for his conduct over the last five turbulent months.