Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...

DAILY MIRROR

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has accused boss Roberto Mancini of "treating him like a dog".

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas's future is in increasing doubt after his players openly criticised his tactics and team selections, plus clashed with him in front of owner Roman Abramovich at the club's Cobham training ground.

Liverpool's American owners have warned the club must get its house in order after the Luis Suarez fiasco.

Steve Bruce and Alan Curbishley are the early favourites to replace Mick McCarthy as Wolves boss.

Sunderland will triple the wages of winger James McClean, 22, after his superb run of form under manager Martin O'Neill.

Polish midfielder Radoslaw Majewski is ready to quit Nottingham Forest for Reading to try and secure his place at Euro 2012, while Forest are set to make a summer move for Doncaster midfielder Martin Woods.

THE SUN

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has accused boss Roberto Mancini of "treating him like a dog" and branded the Italian as a "liar".

Wolves want former Sunderland boss Steve Bruce to rescue their season on a 13-match deal.

Chelsea players do not care if manager Andre Villas-Boas is sacked.

Lille winger Eden Hazard, 21, has decided to join Tottenham at the end of the season, turning his back on interest from Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea.

Manchester City are interested in Athletic Bilbao central defender Javi Martinez, 23, who is valued at £25m.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 37, will seriously consider a return to international football.

DAILY STAR

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has accused boss Roberto Mancini of "treating him like a dog" and the two face a collision today when Tevez is due back at training.

Steve Bruce is set to be handed a £1m short-term deal by Wolves to save them from the drop.

DAILY MAIL

Liverpool's American owners will fly in this week after the club's main sponsors waded into the storm caused by Luis Suarez.

Arsenal have Benfica striker Rodrigo, 20, - who had a loan spell at Bolton last season - lined up as a possible replacement should Robin van Persie leave.

Fulham are set to make a summer bid for Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez, with Newcastle, Bolton and Everton also interested.

Former Wolves manager Mick McCarthy is set to be offered the Leeds United job vacated by Simon Grayson.

The break in protocol before Manchester United's league meeting with Liverpool at Old Trafford on Saturday - in which the visitors walked along the line of United players during the pre-match handshakes rather than vice-versa - was an attempt by referee Phil Dowd to keep Luis Suarez out of trouble.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has accused boss Roberto Mancini of "treating him like a dog".

Alan Curbishley is on the brink of a return to the Premier League as a replacement for Mick McCarthy at Wolves.

THE TIMES

Speculation over the future of Andre Villas-Boas increased after the Chelsea manager's tactics and team selection were openly criticised by his players during heated exchanges in front of Roman Abramovich.

Wolves will consider employing an interim manager for three months as they make retaining their Barclays Premier League status their priority after yesterday's dismissal of Mick McCarthy.

THE INDEPENDENT

Carlos Tevez placed the prospects of a reconciliation with Roberto Mancini in jeopardy, declaring ahead of his return to England today that the Manchester City manager had treated him "like a dog" during their pitchside dispute in Munich and questioning Mancini's sincerity in holding out the prospect of a first-team return.

Main sponsors Standard Chartered have told Liverpool of their 'disappointment' over Luis Suarez's failure to shake hands with Patrice Evra.

THE GUARDIAN

The spectre of financial meltdown returned to British football yesterday after Rangers and Portsmouth both applied to be placed into administration.

Andre Villas-Boas sparked a blazing row with some of his senior Chelsea players on Sunday after calling the squad in on their day off to vent his anger over the 2-0 defeat at Everton.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Carlos Tevez has jeopardised the prospects of salvaging his Manchester City career by accusing manager Roberto Mancini of treating him "like a dog".

Wolves will speak to Alan Curbishley about becoming their new manager after Mick McCarthy was sacked.

DAILY RECORD

Former Rangers chairman Alastair Johnston has called on Sir David Murray to help save the club from administration by overthrowing Craig Whyte and declaring his takeover legally null and void.

Whyte admits he cannot pay the bills at Ibrox as they face up to a potential £75m tax bill, the loss of 10 SPL points and the prospect of not being in Europe next season.