WE take a look around the world of football for the latest from Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Liverpool, Wigan Athletic, Newcastle United and West Ham United.
DAILY MAIL: Chelsea are favourites to capture right-back Maicon from Inter Milan after Real Madrid ended their interest in the Brazilian.
Tottenham are set to sign CSKA Moscow’s Russia international Alan Dzagoev, according to his father.
Paris Saint-Germain are lining up an £8million bid for Chelsea captain John Terry.
Spain made history and cemented their position as the best football team in the world after thrashing Italy in last night’s Euro 2012 final. Also: Throughout his 14 attempts as a player to win Wimbledon, Ivan Lendl always hid his emotions and so we should not be surprised that he is similarly enigmatic when it comes to trying to coax a title out of Andy Murray.
DAILY MIRROR: Wigan Athletic have warned Liverpool and Chelsea that they want at least £12m for Victor Moses, 21.
Money-bags Paris St Germain will make an £8million bid to sign John Terry. Also: Andy Murray’s reward for thrilling the nation is to be sent to Court One today with rain forecas
THE SUN: Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is playing down the chances of a move for Arsenal striker Robin van Persie.
Spain made history as they became kings of Europe in Kiev. Victory meant the sizzling senors became the first side to win three consecutive major tournaments. Also: David Beckham was involved in a furious bust-up in the first match since his Olympic snub.
DAILY EXPRESS: Newcastle have agreed a £5m fee with FC Twente for Brazilian defender Douglas, 24.
Spain secured their place in history by becoming the first team to win three international tournaments in a row, turning on the style in a scintillating display to beat Italy 4-0. Also: Football fan Andy Murray wants more of the cup final atmosphere which carried him through to the second week of Wimbledon and could take him to the championship.
DAILY STAR: Andy Murray admits he has no chance of winning Wimbledon if he produces a repeat of his early form against Marcos Baghdatis. Also: Stuart Pearce will today explain why he dumped golden boy David Beckham out of his Olympics squad and ended his international career.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Jack Butland will continue his meteoric rise rise today when he is named in Stuart Pearce’s Team GB squad for London 2012. Also: Ravi Bopara has been the forgotten man in England’s recent one-day rise but yesterday burned himself into the memory with a fine 82 as Australia were soundly beaten for the second time in succession, this time by six wickets.
THE TIMES:West Ham are close to a deal for Senegalese defender Abdou Kader Mangane of Rennes.
Spain earned the distinction of winning a third elite tournament in succession with a performance in keeping with their achievement as the world champions swept Italy aside to win the European Championship. Also: Bradley Wiggins finished the opening weekend of the Tour de France in pole position after surviving a tricky conclusion to the first road stage.
THE GUARDIAN: As Andy Murray prepared for what could be the defining week of his tennis career he reflected on the phenomenal victory that catapulted him into today’s fourth round and said: “I guess every game will feel like a cup final now.” Also: Marvin Sordell is a surprise inclusion in the Great Britain Olympic football squad which Stuart Pearce will announce today.
THE INDEPENDENT: That makes it eight from eight for England. A display of resolute competence gave them a six-wicket victory over Australia, a 2-0 lead in the series and their record-equalling octet of straight wins this year. Also: Bradley Wiggins came through yesterday’s first road stage of the Tour de France with his second place overall intact despite arch-rival Cadel Evans’ spirited attempt to split the pack late on and a devastating, if unsuccessful, late attack by race leader Fabian Cancellara.