What's making the news in Monday's UK newspapers?
• THE SUN: El-Hadji Diouf insists he has no regrets about the vicious bust-up with Anton Ferdinand which forced him out of Sunderland.
• DAILY MIRROR: Rafael Benitez will let Robbie Keane leave Liverpool - but only if Spurs are prepared to do a swap deal with Aaron Lennon.
Also: Darren Bent is a deadline day target for Newcastle and Sunderland - but the Spurs striker is holding our for a move to Everton.
• DAILY MAIL: Luiz Felipe Scolari accused referee Mike Riley of derailing Chelsea's title challenge with the controversial sending-off of Frank Lampard in the 2-0 defeat at Anfield.
Also: Tottenham increased their bid for Robbie Keane to £13million last night as Harry Redknapp put the pressure on chairman Daniel Levy to pull off one of the most spectacular deals of the transfer window.
• DAILY EXPRESS: Everton expect to clinch the loan signing of Brazilian misfit Jo today just six months after rivalling Manchester City for the £24million striker.
• DAILY STAR: Shay Given moved to Manchester City for £8million - sparking a quickfire spending spree by Newcastle.
Also: Tony Adams sent a defiant "back me or sack me" message to his Portsmouth paymasters.
• THE INDEPENDENT: The prospect of £20.3million striker Robbie Keane leaving Liverpool remains a real one, Tottenham having lodged a £15million bid for the player.
Also: Tony Adams' reign as Portsmouth manager was coming to an end as the club pondered a short-list of potential replacements with former Chelsea manager Avram Grant the favourite.
• THE TELEGRAPH: Liverpool rejected a £15million offer from Tottenham to take striker Robbie Keane back to White Hart Lane. Also: Portsmouth manager Tony Adams faces a three-match stay of execution to save himself from the sack, with former Chelsea manager Avram Grant being lined up as a potential replacement.
• THE GUARDIAN: Tony Adams hopes to add Tottenham's Giovani dos Santos ahead of the closure of the transfer window today, with the beleaguered Portsmouth manager defiant over his prospects of remaining at the helm of the south-coast club.