What the papers say
A look at the stories making the back-page headlines from Monday's National press.
DAILY EXPRESS: Andre Villas-Boas celebrated victory in the north London derby by twisting the knife into Arsenal. Also: Ben Foster has revealed the overly strict regime of Fabio Capello was partly to blame for England players continually withdrawing from squads.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas believes beating Arsenal has put Arsene Wenger's side into a "negative spiral" that will be almost impossible to escape, while giving Spurs the confidence to finish above them. Also: Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov were last night united in their resistance to a record £1.5billion takeover of Arsenal by a Middle East-based consortium that has vowed to "transform" the club's dwindling fortunes.
THE GUARDIAN: Stan Kroenke has no intention of selling his shares in Arsenal, even in the face of a prospective £1.5billion offer for the club from a consortium in the Middle East. Also: Roberto Mancini has warned his Manchester City players that, if they refuse to take responsibility and "never think it's their fault", they will not be part of the team.
DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester United have nothing to fear against Real Madrid tomorrow. Also: Ben Foster last night claimed England stars hated Fabio Capello's austerity regime - but they love life under Roy Hodgson.
DAILY STAR: Petr Cech last night joined Chelsea fans in calling for the return of 'The Special One'. Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has sent an SOS to Phil Jones to stop Cristiano Ronaldo from wrecking Manchester United's European dream.
DAILY MAIL: Petr Cech admits he would like Jose Mourinho to take over for a second spell as Chelsea manager. Also: Andre Villas-Boas claimed Arsenal are a spent force after Tottenham stretched their lead over their north London rivals to seven points.
THE INDEPENDENT: As last orders approach in the Last Chance Saloon, Roberto Mancini has warned any Manchester City player who does not take responsibility for poor performances that they can leave the club. Also: Chelsea's long-serving goalkeeper Petr Cech has defended the players' right to have their say about matters affecting them, however much negative publicity may result about supposed "rows" and "confrontations".
THE SUN: Cristiano Ronaldo insists he would love to score at Old Trafford tomorrow. Also Andre Villas-Boas reckons Spurs have sent Arsenal's season spinning into a spiral of doom.
THE TIMES: Ben Foster explained his decision to return to the England set-up with an attack on the management style of Fabio Capello. Also: Michael Carrick believes Manchester United will have to play the "complete game" to overcome Real Madrid in their mouth-watering Champions League clash at Old Trafford tomorrow.