So it's official. After months of 'Will he? Won't he?', Carlos Tevez finally looks like he's definately on his way out of Old Trafford.
He told the News of the World that he's not wanted, not happy and pretty much not going to tolerate it anymore. The Argentine also expressed a desire to stay in the Premier League and continue playing at the top level - as long as he's actually playing. Can anyone say Manchester City?
So as the Citizens break out the old copies of Street Fighter for Tevez's arrival, the board are also tracking Liverpool's Xabi Alonso. Remember it'll cost £18m and not a penny less to get the Spanish midfielder out of Anfield with Gareth Barry set to step into his shoes, and City could really do with someone like Alonso as Michael Johnson never looks like he'll be fit.
New manager alert at Eastlands. The Sunday Mail are picking out Frank Rijkaard before he signs for Ajax and think City will bring in the former Barcelona boss, despite giving Mark Hughes another year to prove himself. At least Rijkaard is well used to dealing with stroppy Brazilians.
City may have their head in the clouds when it comes to transfer targets, but at least their not claiming they'll win the league in the next two years. Oh hang on. They are! Well, Robinho is anyway. The Brazilian told the Sunday Mirror that he'll be picking a league title before 2011. Although our bet is that it's in Serie A.
Speaking of players soon to be plying their trade in Italy... Didier Drogba has ticked off Chelsea with his rant against the ref after Barcelona's win. Guus Hiddink, despite his defence of the Ivorian in public, had a bit of bust-up with the volatile turf-lover and it's in the Sunday Express that he's going to leave. Jose might be tempted over in Milan.
Now a player to soon be arriving in Scotland. And where better to resurrect your career than up north? Michael Owen for Celtic? The News of the World reckon he'll pick up £50,000-a-week on a pay as you play deal. And will probably bag himself a fair few goals in the process.
The Sunday People are, quite rightly, more concerned with the plight of the club. Newcastle may just get Alan Shearer on a four year deal, but only if they don't cut corners. Keep the investment and keep Shearer. So expect Joe Kinnear back in the hotseat after the summer.
And finally, say the Sunday Express, Newcastle's controversial midfielder Joey Barton, who has been told he has no future at the club, is wanted by Tottenham, Blackburn, Portsmouth and Bolton. Why? Your guess is as good as ours.