Also: Darren Clarke was in such despair in April he thought about quitting golf, his manager and best friend Chubby Chandler revealed yesterday.
Money talks: Robson made his claims at meetings in Thailand
DAILY STAR: Manchester City last night called Carlos Tevez's bluff.
Also: Carson Yeung last night appointed his 18-year-old son to the Birmingham board of directors.
DAILY EXPRESS: Manchester City last night entered a game of bluff with Carlos Tevez which left his ?40million move to Brazilian club Corinthians on the brink of collapse.
Also: Darren Clarke has backed Lee Westwood to follow him into the exclusive Major winners' circle at next month's US PGA.
DAILY MIRROR: Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted local rivals Manchester City will challenge for the Premier League next season.
Also: Open champion Darren Clarke nearly QUIT golf three months ago.
THE SUN: Alex Ferguson has admitted Manchester City are the new thorn in his side.
Also: Open champion Darren Clarke almost quit golf just four months ago when he bombed out in Morocco.
Big time: Darren Clarke with the Claret Jug following his victory in The 140th Open Championship
THE INDEPENDENT: Tiger Woods' influence on Darren Clarke's major breakthrough was much greater than first thought.
Also: Barcelona are expected to make an offer to Arsenal of around ?35m for Cesc Fabregas this week, their third bid of the summer, which it is anticipated will finally prompt the endgame of the long-running transfer saga around the club's captain.
THE TIMES: Manchester City want Corinthians to prove that they can afford to sign Carlos Tevez before formally sanctioning the sale of their captain to the Brazilian club.
Also: The Arsenal chief executive has defended the club's cautious transfer policy, but given Arsene Wenger the option to do the unexpected and sign a star name in this transfer window.
THE GUARDIAN: Manchester City last night reacted with bemusement and frustration after Corinthians accused the Premier League club of moving the goalposts over Carlos Tevez.
Also: Andy Flower has conceded that England's decision to have three different cricket captains was forced upon him by circumstance and that "it certainly wasn't some magnificent managerial idea".
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Manchester United will continue their attempts to sign Inter Milan's Wesley Sneijder after Sir Alex Ferguson ruled out Wayne Rooney as the "special player" required to fill the void left by Paul Scholes's retirement.
Also: Frank Lampard said yesterday that Chelsea were unconcerned about the "fortunes" that have been spent by Manchester United and the other Premier League title contenders this summer.
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