WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Manchester City, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Aston Villa.
DAILY MIRROR: Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish remains determined to bring Rangers midfielder Steven Davis back to the club.
Thomas Vermaelen has delivered a devastating new injury blow to Arsenal. Also: Andrey Arshavin fears the loss of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri will be catastrophic for Arsenal.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Garry Cook was last night battling to save his £1.8million-a-year job as Manchester City chief executive.
THE TIMES: Garry Cook`s future at Manchester City was hanging in the balance last night after the club launched an investigation into claims that their chief executive mocked a cancer victim.
THE SUN: Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is considering signing Scotland striker James McFadden, who is a free agent after being released by Birmingham.
Fabio Capello has questioned Arsenal`s handling of England crock Jack Wilshere. Also: John Terry has urged Andy Carroll to learn from his mistakes and curb his drinking.
THE INDEPENDENT: The Manchester City chief executive, Garry Cook, was struggling to hold on to his job last night as the club`s Abu Dhabi owners sought answers about an e-mail sent from his account to the mother of defender Nedum Onuoha, mocking her fight against cancer. Also: Mike Tindall is the favourite to lead England after an injury setback for captain Lewis Moody.
DAILY MAIL: Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was hanging on to his job by his fingertips last night after claims he sent an insulting e-mail to the cancer-stricken mother of defender Nedum Onuoha. Also: England manager Martin Johnson is refusing to abandon all hope of Lewis Moody playing some part in the World Cup.
DAILY STAR: Fabio Capello last night slammed Arsenal for not sorting out the injury which is set to keep Jack Wilshere out for another three months. Also: Garry Cook`s job is hanging by a thread after Manchester City launched a boardroom probe into allegations he sent a shocking e-mail.
THE GUARDIAN: Manchester City were last night holding top-level talks to consider Garry Cook`s position after the offensive e-mail that has prompted senior figures in Abu Dhabi to demand an explanation from the chief executive. Also: Fabio Capello has said England are not to blame for the ankle injury that will sideline Jack Wilshere for at least another two months.
DAILY EXPRESS: Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook was fighting to hang on to his job last night as a PR own-goal threatened to derail the club`s 100% start to the season. Also: Mario Balotelli has escaped the wrath of Italy`s coaches after taking his iPad on the bench during Friday`s Euro 2012 qualifier against the Faroe Islands.