WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest and Liverpool.
Metro: Chelsea are ready to take on Tottenham in the race to lure the highly sought-after Eden Hazard away from French club Lille this summer, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City also all keen on the 21-year-old Belgian international.
Daily Express: Sir Alex Ferguson last night admitted he got it wrong in Europe, but vowed to make amends by winning his most satisfying Premier League title yet. Also: Jenson Button apologised to his team after throwing away the chance of victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix by crashing into the slowest car on the track.
Daily Mail: Sir Alex Ferguson will open talks over a new Manchester United contract for Rio Ferdinand this summer - to ward off interest from America, Russia and China. Also: Jenson Button said sorry after McLaren’s chances were flushed away in a rain-interrupted Malaysian Grand Prix yesterday.
Daily Mirror: Norwich manager Paul Lambert is ready to make a double swoop for Nottingham Forest pair Chris Gunter and Garath McCleary as he looks to keep building on the Canaries’ impressive start to life back in the Premier League next season.
Alan Pardew last night saw his side move level on points with fifth-placed Chelsea - then claimed they still can’t qualify for the Champions League. Also: Roberto Mancini has laughed off Sir Alex Ferguson’s claims that he won’t beat him at mind games.
Daily Star: Sir Alex Ferguson insists beating Manchester City to the Premier League title would be his sweetest win of all. Also: Roberto Di Matteo has warned his Chelsea squad not to give themselves another mission impossible in Europe.
The Sun: Rio Ferdinand is heading for a new deal at Old Trafford. Also: Tony Fernandes has ripped into Djibril Cisse.
The Independent: Glenn Hoddle insists he has unfinished business with his country after his controversial sacking. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to hand a new contract to 33-year-old defender Rio Ferdinand.
The Guardian: Kenny Dalglish, increasingly under pressure after five Premier League defeats in six games, has expressed his “amazement” at suggestions Liverpool have had an underwhelming season. Also: Warren Gatland will lead Wales on their three-Test summer tour to Australia, even though he will have been appointed as the head coach of the Lions.
The Times: Gareth Barry believes Manchester City must win all eight of their remaining Barclays Premier League matches. Also: England went into the Sri Lanka series this morning amid suspicions of ball tampering during the build-up to the first Test.
Daily Telegraph: Chelsea are considering whether to launch an incredible £80million bid to sign Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain. Also: Rio Ferdinand is to be offered the chance to extend his Manchester United career.