A look at what is making the headlines on the back pages of Tuesday's press.
THE SUN: Dimitar Berbatov last night launched a blistering attack on Sir Alex Ferguson and said: "I don't respect him any more." Also: Alex Oxlade Chamberlain will be rewarded for his stunning impact at Arsenal with a new contract.
DAILY MAIL: Michael Owen's hopes of a sensational return to Anfield appear to be fading after Liverpool's owners mounted a fierce defence of their transfer policy. Also: Ashley Cole's quest to become the sixth England player to reach 100 caps is on hold after he was forced out of Roy Hodgson's squad with an ankle injury.
DAILY MIRROR: Brendan Rodgers has been told to forget about signing "expensive quick fixes" after the collapse of the Clint Dempsey deal. Also: Nemanja Vidic reckons Robin van Persie's fighting qualities and hunger will continue to make him every Premier League defender's worst nightmare.
DAILY EXPRESS: Ellie Simmonds was not bothered about the PM, it was the PB that made her night another golden success at the Paralympic Games. Also: Dimitar Berbatov has hit out at Sir Alex Ferguson after his exit from Old Trafford, saying the Manchester United manager labelled him as "useless".
DAILY STAR: Manchester City are preparing a sensational world record £95m bid to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to England. Also: Troubled Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was yesterday told told he will be given more time to turn the club around.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Liverpool's principal owner John Henry blamed "the errors of the previous regimes" for the new era of prudent spending at Anfield. Also: Ashley Cole's hopes of reaching 100 England caps against Ukraine next week have been dashed by an ankle injury.
THE TIMES: Brendan Rodgers has ruled out a return to Anfield for Michael Owen as John W Henry, Liverpool's principal owner, attempted to face down hostile criticism of the failure to sign Clint Dempsey by writing an open letter to the club's fans. Also: England's fans face the prospect of three different home shirts in as many years.
THE GUARDIAN: Brendan Rodgers had decided against a remarkable return to Liverpool for Michael Owen. Also: Warren Gatland will today be confirmed as head coach for the Lions tour to Australia next year.
THE INDEPENDENT: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool, has decided against approaching Michael Owen about a return to his spiritual home of Anfield. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has come under fire from Dimitar Berbatov.