WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Blackburn Rovers and Sunderland.
THE METRO: Manchester United could be eyeing up Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar as a possible replacement for Dimitar Berbatov after the Netherlands forward rediscovered his form following difficult spells at Real Madrid and AC Milan.
THE SUN: Arsenal supremo Stan Kroenke has launched a fierce defence of the Glazer family at Manchester United. Also...Anton Ferdinand wants the FA to charge John Terry with making a racist slur against him.
DAILY MAIL: Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has turned the garden of his Cheshire mansion into a racetrack for his quad bike.
THE TIMES: Stan Kroenke has described the Glazer family as ideal owners and said that they have every right to take money out of Manchester United. Also...Demba Ba may have been labelled injury prone when he failed a medical at the Britannia Stadium in January but he certainly made Stoke City feel like the casualties last night.
DAILY EXPRESS: Andre Villas-Boas last night admitted Chelsea had suffered a “disastrous” week but still claimed they can win the Premier League.
THE INDEPENDENT: Stan Kroenke, Arsenal’s majority shareholder, believes nobody could have done a better job of running Manchester United than the Glazer family, despite the chronic discontent with their debt-laden regime among the Old Trafford club’s fans. Also...Arsenal’s rout of Chelsea has lifted the cloud hanging over the club following their humiliation at Old Trafford earlier this season and proved to the players that they have the quality to overcome any side in the Premier League, according to manager Arsene Wenger.
DAILY MIRROR: Under pressure Blackburn boss Steve Kean is ready to buy a house in Lancashire - a big sign that his job is safe. The Scot currently rents in the area.
Anton Ferdinand last night warned John Terry he has made clear to the FA his “strong feelings” about their race row. Also...Carlos Tevez wants to move to another Premier League club if he’s forced to leave Manchester City.
Bolton midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker has laid into his team-mates after growing sick of their shocking start to the season.
DAILY STAR: Anton Ferdinand last night told the FA: You have to investigate the John Terry race row properly. Also...Kolo Toure is facing a £600,000 fine for his failed drugs test.
THE GUARDIAN: Tottenham’s Rafael van der Vaart believes the wheels could come off Manchester City’s title bid because of too many “egos” within the squad.
It was not what Arsenal supporters, or indeed any supporters of Premier League clubs, might have expected to hear in Stan Kroenke’s first interview in England. Also...Andre Villas-Boas has admitted Chelsea are licking their wounds after “a disastrous week” but has insisted his team can recover from successive Premier League defeats to win the title playing the brand of open, attacking football to which he remains committed.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Stan Kroenke, Arsenal’s majority owner, has questioned the benefit of billionaire benefactors and praised the Glazers’ stewardship of Manchester United.