WE take a look around the papers for the latest news from Manchester United, Chelsea, Real madrid, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Liverpool, Ipswich Town and
DAILY MAIL: Manchester United have agreed a £17.8million deal for Atletico Madrid goalkeeper David De Gea. Also: Roman Abramovich is ready to turn to Guus Hiddink as he runs out of patience with Carlo Ancelotti following his failure to win a trophy this season.
THE GUARDIAN: Carlo Ancelotti will see out the remainder of the season as Chelsea`s manager but is expected to leave in the summer. Also: Ronnie O`Sullivan attempted to withdraw from the world championship last week, such is his loss of appetite for the game.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Chelsea will turn to Guus Hiddink if, as expected, Carlo Ancelotti is sacked at the end of the season. Also: Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes spilled a Cristiano Ronaldo shot to gift Jose Mourinho`s Real Madrid a 1-0 win in the Champions League quarter-final last night.
DAILY STAR: Marco van Basten and Frank Rijkaard are the top two names in the frame to succeed Carlo Ancelotti as Chelsea boss. Also: Andy Murray hailed his “perfect” return to form after finally winning on the Monte Carlo clay.
DAILY MIRROR: Chelsea stars are urging Roman Abramovich to bury the hatchet and bring Jose Mourinho back to Stamford Bridge when Carlo Ancelotti is sacked. Also: Rio Ferdinand claims Sir Alex Ferguson`s side are Manchester`s only truly United team.
THE SUN: Harry Redknapp refused to blame keeper Heurelho Gomes for the almighty cock-up that ended Spurs` dream of a Euro miracle. Also: Roberto Mancini has ordered Mario Balotelli to turn himself from villain to hero by saving Manchester City`s season.
DAILY EXPRESS: Senior Chelsea players want Roman Abramovich to bring back Jose Mourinho. Also: Andy Carroll`s blossoming partnership with Luis Suarez has not stopped Liverpool from considering a summer move for £15million-rated Ipswich teenager Connor Wickham.
INDEPENDENT: Tottenham yesterday took the first step in their legal battle to challenge the decision to hand the Olympic Stadium to West Ham United. Also: Alisher Usmanov, the Russian industrial magnate, says he has no intention of selling his stake in Arsenal to Stan Kroenke.
THE TIMES: Carlo Ancelotti has admitted he expects to be sacked by Chelsea at the end of the season. Also: Rio Ferdinand has fanned the flames before Saturday`s FA Cup semi-final at Wembley by declaring that no Manchester United player would consider airing their grievances in public out of respect for the club and fear of an ear-bashing from Sir Alex Ferguson.