Also: Andy Carroll has been ordered to stop drinking so much in a private chat withmanager Fabio Capello, who views the striker as the future of his team.
Belt up Jose: Capello (right) is annoyed at Mourinho
DAILY STARJose Mourinho last night insisted he WAS offered the England job ahead of Fabio Capello.
Also: Chelsea are ready to go head-to-head with Barcelona for Shakhtar Donetsk's ?25m Brazilian forward Willian.
THE SUNFabio Capello has told Andy Carroll to curb his boozing.
Also: Neymar has been lined up as Chelsea's ?30million summer replacement for hitman Didier Drogba.
DAILY MIRRORFabio Capello last night accused Jose Mourinho of showing him a lack of respect.
Also: Wesley Sneijder has offered the first indication he is open to an offer from Manchester United.
DAILY EXPRESSFabio Capello has made the staggering claim he needs only 100 words of English to communicate with his players.
Also: Fabio Capello has hit back at Jose Mourinho's claim he was "hours away" from accepting the England job by accusing the Real Madrid boss of a lack of respect.
Warning: England striker Carroll
Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic will put country before club tonight when he captain's Serbia's Euro 2012 qualifier against Estonia - just two weeks after suffering a calf strain.
Also: Northampton full-back Ben Foden has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage after a row with a taxi driver. Foden spent yesterday morning in jail before being released on bail.
THE GUARDIANFabio Capello has brushed off claims by Jose Mourinho that the Portuguese was the Football Association's preferred choice to become England manager three years ago, pointedly saying he would never comment publicly on another job out of "respect" for the incumbent.
THE TIMESFabio Capello made a staunch defence of his management style and language skills yesterday, including a surprising claim that he needs only 100 words of English to communicate with his players.
THE INDEPENDENTFabio Capello yesterday denied that his fragile grasp of English affected his ability to communicate England's players, insisting after the furore over his treatment of deposed captain Rio Ferdinand that he only needed "maximum 100 words" to deliver his messages to players.
Explore more:People: Nemanja Vidic, Fabio Capello, Didier Drogba, Andy Carroll, Wesley Sneijder, Rio Ferdinand, Jose Mourinho, Ben Foden Places: Barcelona, Estonia, United Kingdom Organisations: Football Association