The summer transfer window has closed and the Premier League has broken the spending record with a total of £ 1.1 billion with Brazilian defender David Luiz helping with a last minute £30 million deal to see him returning to Chelsea now under Antonio Conte's rules.
In other news, midfielder Jack Wilshire finally landed in Bournemouth on loan after the 24-year-old privileged The Cherries over Crystal Palace, AC Milan and other 21 clubs.
The Daily Mail Sport also opened with the money expended in the football market this summer but England's captain Wayne Rooney also took their attention after the Manchester United striker was criticised by Sir Clive Woodward for his "bad timing and muddy words" regarding his international retirement in 2018. It isn't football but a picture of tennis player Jo Konta also took most of the attention of the papers toady as the Britain's No 1 collapsed while disputing a US Open game against Tsvetana Pironkova receiving 20 minutes of medical attention. Konta recovered to win the match, though.
The last day of the transfers window also had Spanish La Liga fans, especially around the Camp Nou where Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitic rejected tempting offers from Chelsea, Manchester United and Juventus to remain with the current champions.
As and Marca pointed to Spain's National Team due to confront Belgium marking Julen Lopetegui's debut as La Roja manager after Vicente Del Bosque successful cycle.
On the other hand, Sport remembers Barcelona manager Luis Enrique's debut as a player 20 years ago.
In Italy, Juventus took the attention of sport's printed media that highlighted the strong squad that will be looking for another title in Serie A. Talking also about La Vecchia Signora, Tutto Sport informed that despite receiving Juan Cuadrado, in Turin will have to wait for Axel Witsel until January 2017.