What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines from Sunday's national press.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY: Pep Guardiola will decide to become Manchester City manager in the summer. Also: Paul Lambert's future was on a knife-edge last night.
SUNDAY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has delivered a damning assessment of Liverpool. Also: Manchester United will have to pay £15million, including add-ons, and allow Wilfried Zaha to stay at Selhurst Park for the rest of the season to sign the Crystal Palace whizz-kid.
SUNDAY PEOPLE: Liverpool have made a sensational bid to hijack Wesley Sneijder's move from Inter Milan to Galatasaray. Also: Edin Dzeko reckons he could be on his way out of Manchester City - and not Mario Balotelli.
DAILY STAR: Liverpool were last night trying to work out a way to hijack Wesley Sneijder's £8million move from Inter Milan to Turkish club Galatasaray. Also: Everton manager David Moyes - out of contract at Goodison Park at the end of the season - will be the top target of German clubs Schalke and Werder Bremen in the summer.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: Fabio Capello will be attending the prestigious launch of the FA's 150-year anniversary celebrations this week - after healing the rift with his former employers. Also: Tottenham have told Real Madrid they will have to pay a British record £55million if they want to sign star winger Gareth Bale.
MAIL ON SUNDAY: Luis Suarez will walk out to face Manchester United in the most antagonistic atmosphere of the entire season at Old Trafford today. Also: Arsene Wenger revealed last night that he believes Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas will return one day to Arsenal.
THE OBSERVER: Chelsea put poor recent results behind them to move into third place in the Premier League table with a convincing 4-0 thrashing of Stoke, ending in the process the last unbeaten home record in all four divisions. Also: What has been whispered in tennis for a little while could emerge as a statement of fact at the Australian Open starting here tonight: the game's new rivalry is between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.
SUNDAY TIMES: Arsene Wenger believes Cesc Fabregas will be an Arsenal player again, but admits he will have to wait for the former Gunners captain. Also: Frank Lampard converted a spot-kick and gave a man-of-the-match performance in Chelsea's 4-0 win at Stoke to break another scoring record and heap further embarrassment on Roman Abramovich and his executives.
THE INDEPENDENT: The abuse that Manchester United fans will rain down on Luis Suarez at Old Trafford today could rebound on them, according to his team-mate Lucas Leiva. Also: Britain's Paralympic track-and-field heroes will get the chance to compete in a revolutionary new international grand prix circuit for elite athletes with disabilities this summer.
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH: Sir Alex Ferguson says that he has "never even thought" about where Liverpool are in the Premier League this season, indicating how far he feels they have fallen behind Manchester United. Also: Arsene Wenger says that he can persuade Cesc Fabregas to come back from Barcelona and rejoin Arsenal, because his former star "really loves this club".