WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Real Madrid, West Ham United and Swindon Town.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp reckons Manchester City’s summer transfer targets will “blow your brains out”
England football officials hired a “corporate investigations” company to probe their rivals during the failed bid to host the 2018 World Cup. Also...Harry Redknapp has warned that Champions League qualification will trigger an extraordinary new spending spree by Manchester City that will culminate in them winning the Premier League.
THE SUN: Alex Ferguson last night revealed his plan to stop Barcelona - all-out attack. Also...Chelsea have asked Gianfranco Zola to return as a coach.
DAILY STAR: Roman Abramovich still has no idea who he wants to replace Carlo Ancelotti. Also...Wayne Rooney is set to escape FA punishment for flicking a V-sign at Chelsea fans.
DAILY MAIL: Harry Redknapp led the protests last night as he voiced his sadness that Saturday’s FA Cup final would be overshadowed if Manchester United win the title moments before the teams walk out at Wembley. Also...Carlos Tevez will return for Manchester City against Tottenham at Eastlands tonight.
DAILY MIRROR: Roman Abramovich wants Gianfranco Zola back at Chelsea in a dream team with Guus Hiddink. Also...Carlos Tevez is Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho’s number one transfer target this summer - for £35million. Former West Ham hero Paolo di Canio is lining up a shock return to England - as manager of League Two Swindon.
DAILY EXPRESS: Chelsea will make a £6million push at the end of the season to persuade Guus Hiddink to return to the club. Also...Harry Redknapp has branded Manchester City “unstoppable” and predicted a raft of summer signings at Eastlands that will beggar belief.
THE INDEPENDENT: Harry Redknapp expects an even tougher task to finish in the top four of the Premier League next season, particularly as he believes Manchester City have already signed players that will “blow your brains out”. Also...Carlo Ancelotti’s fate has been sealed by Chelsea’s mediocre display at Old Trafford on Sunday.
THE TIMES: Roman Abramovich is refusing to give up on his ambition of persuading Guus Hiddink to return as manager of Chelsea. Also...Harry Redknapp has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur’s recent run of poor results can be attributed in part to Gareth Bale and Rafael van der Vaart suffering an untimely dip in form.
THE GUARDIAN: Chelsea are to intensify their search for a manager to replace Carlo Ancelotti, with the club’s owner, Roman Abramovich, seriously considering the merits of Guus Hiddink and Porto’s Andre Villas Boas to replace the Italian at Stamford Bridge. Also...The Giro d’Italia is in shock after the Belgian sprinter Wouter Weylandt died of injuries caused by a heavy crash on the descent from the Passo del Bocco.