Robinho has had a big bust-up with Manchester City and walked out of the team's training camp in Tenerife. (Various)
After the AC Milan star said 'no' to a move to Manchester City, the blame game has begun. Click here to read more.
'Stabbed in the Kak' says the Sun, the Daily Star says 'Kaka KO, while the Mirror reveals it is a 'Kak up'.
As well as the Brazilian revealing his decision was based on what 'his heart told him to do', the fallout extends to a number of City players, who reportedly warned Kaka not to make the switch.
The Sun reveals City star Robinho is the latest player to have had a bust-up with manager Mark Hughes, while the Mirror says Kaka spoke to some of the Blues players last week and heard about the unrest in the dressing room. Click here to read more.
City insist they pulled the plug on the potential 107m deal saying they were not given the opportunity to speak to the 26-year-old, according to the Daily Star.
The Sun says the AC Milan fans forced him to snub the millions at Eastlands.
City's negotiating tactics have come under fire from officials at the San Siro, according to The Daily Mail, after a meeting broke up with no financial offer placed in front of the Brazilian midfielder.
And for all City fans feeling a little glum this morning, The Times reminds them they may have lost the Brazilian superstar, but at least they have claimed the signature of Craig Bellamy.
So who will City turn their cheque book towards now? The Times thinks Zenit St Petersburg's Andrei Arshavin is a possible target, although the paper also believes Arsenal are a step closer for the Russian playmaker with coach Dick Advocaat warming to the move.
Rangers midfielder Brahim Hemdani claims the SPL was boring and said he was holding out for a summer move to Spain with his contract up in June. (Daily Record)
With Bellamy having packed his bags for City, West Ham are in talks with Fiorentina's Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Brescia's Savio Nsereko. (Various)
Manchester United are lining up a bid for 16-year-old French star Yven Moyo. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle's Shay Given could be taking his goalkeeper gloves to Manchester City. (Daily Star and The Sun)
Aberdeen manager Jimmy Calderwood has confirmed that, although he hasn't been officially approached, he has received phone calls concerning the post at Dutch club FC Utrecht. (Daily Record)
Hamburg boss Martin Jol is interested in signing Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone. (Daily Mail)
Nottingham Forest are ready to sign up Blackburn keeper Mark Bunn. (The Sun)
After losing Lassana Diarra, Portsmouth are chasing Juventus midfielder Christian Poulsen. (The Sun)
Spurs are close to sealing a deal for Wigan's Wilson Palacios, with a 14m package in place. (The Independent)
Portsmouth boss Tony Adams is to meet Liverpool's Jermaine Pennant to discuss his commitment to a move to the south coast. (The Independent)
To help fund their move for Arshavin, Arsenal could offload Nicklas Bendtner to help find the extra few million pounds Zenit St Petersburg are after. (Daily Express)
Blackburn boss Sam Allardyce does not want to let go of Roque Santa Cruz and has slapped a 40m price tag on the Paraguay striker. (Various)
Manchester United winger Nani could soon be fearing for his place with Sir Alex Ferguson lining up a bid for Wigan's Antonio Valencia. (Daily Telegraph)
Burnley want to sign Celtic defender Darren O'Dea on a loan deal. (Scottish Sun)
Chelsea's teenage striker Morten Neilson has his heart set on a summer move to Celtic. (various)
Former LA Galaxy and Marseille striker Laurent Merlin is to go on trial with Kilmarnock. (various)
Leicester City will forgo a shirt sponsor next season to celebrate the club's 125th anniversary. (Daily Mail)
William Gallas has suggested he may well see out his contract at Arsenal. (Daily Mail)
Lawrie Sanchez is top of the list for the vacant Leyton Orient managerial post after telling chairman Barry Hearn he wants the job.
Barry Wilson is in the frame to replace sacked Inverness manager Craig Brewster just a few weeks after being released by the club. (Star)
Former managers Charlie Christie and John Robertson are the favourites to land the vacant post at Inverness. (Scotsman)
St Johnstone have issued a hands-off warning to Inverness over boss Derek McInnes. (Daily Record)
After being on the sidelines by boss Luiz Felipe Scolari for the Southend and Stoke games, Chelsea striker Didier Drogba is in line for a recall against Ipswich. "He's trained well", Scolari said. (Daily Mirror)
Robbie Savage says new Derby manager Nigel Clough has saved his career after revealing the Welshman was close to retiring. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has praised his defenders after they notched 10 league games without conceding a goal. "They do 70% of the work of the team," the Bulgarian said. (The Times)
To help fight their relegation battle Newcastle boss Joe Kinnear has opted for a team-bonding session. Any guesses? The players will be getting behind the wheel of a go-kart on a track in County Durham. (Daily Mail)