Tuesday's transfer gossip has a distinctly Manchester United flavour, after news emerged that executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has left the club's current United States tour for business reasons.
For many newspapers that means Woodward is off concluding transfer deals, although different outlets disagree about which targets are actually being signed.
Elsewhere, meanwhile, it appears Manchester City will attempt a rather audacious bid to stop Didier Drogba from making his expected return to Chelsea, after an injury to Alvaro Negredo forced the club into the market for a striker. However, one team who will not be signing a striker this summer is Arsenal—leaving Mario Balotelli's future somewhat uncertain.
For those stories, and many more, read on.