WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, QPR, Newcastle United, Sunderland, Bolton and Manchester United.
DAILY MIRROR: Harry Redknapp has revealed Spurs missed out on a £13m windfall for Giovani dos Santos in January. Italian side Udinese made the offer but the forward wanted to go to Sevilla, who tabled a much lower bid.
Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes wants to leave the club in January after losing his place to summer signing Brad Friedel.
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor - on loan at Tottenham from Premier League rivals Manchester City - has declared his career at Etihad Stadium “over”. “The love between myself and Manchester City is broken,” he said.
Fernando Torres has been told to fight for his place against Manchester United. Also: Blackburn boss Steve Kean angrily claimed Mark Schwarzer should have been sent off for a shocking foul... Sergio Aguero vowed to do for Manchester City what Diego Maradona did for Napoli.
THE SUN: Neil Warnock says he trusts Joey Barton not to do anything stupid tonight. Also: Fernando Torres is facing a double whammy in Chelsea’s big week... Blackburn boss Steve Kean insisted Mark Schwarzer should have seen red for the challenge that knocked Junior Hoilett cold.
DAILY MAIL: Fabio Capello has been targeted for one huge final pay-day by big-spending Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala. Also: Wales swear they were robbed of the biggest Rugby World Cup giant-killing for 20 years yesterday by the penalty that never was... Jonny Wilkinson has won the overwhelming backing of the England management despite his calamitous kicking performance in Saturday’s narrow World Cup win over Argentina.
DAILY STAR: Asamoah Gyan has quadrupled his pay after quitting Sunderland for mega-rich United Arab Emirates side Al-Ain. Also: Kevin Davies has apologised for the tackle that has put Tom Cleverley out of action for a month... Bobby Zamora rescued Fulham and kept the pressure right on Steve Kean at bottom-of-the-table Blackburn yesterday.
DAILY EXPRESS: Steve Bruce’s job at Sunderland is under real threat, as owner Ellis Short’s patience runs thin following their poor start to the season. Also: Fabio Capello and Sir Alex Ferguson were boosted by the news that Tom Cleverley’s suspected broken foot is only a sprain.