What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines from Saturday's national press.
THE SUN: Roberto Mancini will give Mario Balotelli "another 100 chances" to prove he can change. Also: Alex Ferguson has demanded an urgent probe into Spurs' swoop for whizkid Zeki Fryers.
THE INDEPENDENT: Kevin-Prince Boateng, the AC Milan player who was widely commended for walking off the field in reaction to racist abuse, has told UEFA he would do it again, no matter how high-profile the match happens to be. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Tottenham of manipulation the transfer market to avoid paying Manchester United compensation for their former 20-year-old left-back Zeki Fryers.
DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson wants a Premier League inquiry into ex-Manchester United defender Ezekiel Fryers' move to Tottenham. Also: Mario Balotelli's horror tackle that sparked his training-ground spat with Roberto Mancini was worthy of two red cards.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini insists he won't ditch Mario Balotelli after his amazing bust-up with the striker. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has called for a Premier League investigation Into Zeki Fryers' £900,000 move to Spurs from Standard Liege.
DAILY EXPRESS: John Terry was yesterday forced to back down after a very public show of support for Chelsea team-mate Frank Lampard. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Tottenham of colluding with Belgian club Standard Liege to sign former Manchester United youngster Ezekiel Fryers on the cheap.
THE TIMES: John Terry was forced into an embarrassing climbdown yesterday when he removed a posting from his Instagram account expressing devastation at Frank Lampard's probable departure from Chelsea after being given a dressing down by club officials. Also: Demba Ba risked antagonising his former Newcastle team-mates last night by saying he will find it easier to perform alongside world-class players at Chelsea.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Demba Ba announced his arrival at Chelsea yesterday with the confident, if undiplomatic declaration that he believed he had moved into a completely new league from the one he inhabited at West Ham and Newcastle. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has sparked a row with Tottenham Hotspur by urging the Premier League to investigate their "blatant manipulation" of transfer regulations to sign former Manchester United defender Zeki Fryers.
DAILY MAIL: Manchester City are ready to sell Mario Balotelli as soon as possible after Roberto Mancini privately conceded he cannot change the wayward Italy striker. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on the Premier League to block Zeki Fryers's move to Tottenham, suggesting it was engineered to leave Manchester United up to £3million out of pocket.
THE GUARDIAN: John Terry has been forced into a climbdown after he broke ranks to question Chelsea's stance on the non-award of a new contract for his team-mate Frank Lampard. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson wants the Premier League to examine Tottenham Hotspur's signing of Ezekiel Fryers from Standard Liege, with the manager claiming there will be a mobile phone "trail" after the north London club failed to agree terms with Manchester United for the defender during the summer.