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THE SUN

Rio Ferdinand is out of Euro 2012, but John Terry has a good chance of making the England squad.

Robin van Persie could be force to see out his Arsenal contract.

Kenny Dalglish flew back to England yesterday still swearing over his Liverpool future.

Yaya Toure is ready to leave Manchester City for a new challenge, with Barcelona and Real Madrid both possible destinations.

Barcelona are eyeing a move to nab Didier Drogba on a free from Chelsea.

Roberto Martinez is West Brom's top choice to replace Roy Hodgson.

Paul Lambert appears a perfect fit for the Aston Villa job.

DAILY MIRROR

Rio Ferdinand has been sensationally axed from the England squad.

Kenny Dalglish's Anfield future hangs in the balance.

Players' union boss Gordon Taylor will hold crisis talks with QPR after admitting he is concerned about Joey Barton's future.

Dietmar Hamann fears Liverpool face a decade in the Champions League wilderness.

Aston Villa are gearing up for a ferocious tug-of-war with Norwich over Paul Lambert.

Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to sign West Brom striker Simon Cox in a £2million raid.

Leeds hope to land Portsmouth midfield dynamo David Norris.

Interim Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo won't talk about his future as he prepares for the biggest game of his career.

DAILY STAR

Rio Ferdinand will be the shock omission when Roy Hodgson names his Euro 2012 squad.

Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner jets back into the UK today to sort out their managerial mess.

Ryan Giggs reckons Gary Neville has all the tools to become a top boss.

Dietmar Hamann says Liverpool face 10 years of Champions League exile unless the owners get some big decisions right this summer.

DAILY MAIL

Rio Ferdinand's international career appears to be over after Roy Hodgson told him he will not be in England's Euro 2012 squad.

Arsenal will tell Robin van Persie his only option is to stay at the club when they meet for contract talks.

Stoke boss Tony Pulis will listen to offers for Kenwyne Jones.

Everton are set to lose out to Wolfsburg in the race for Heerenveen striker Das Bost.

Sunderland are considering a bid for Wolves striker Steven Fletcher.

Newcastle's latest French target is Lille right-back Mathieu Debuchy.

Celtic want Leicester defender Matt Mills.

DAILY EXPRESS

Rio Ferdinand's England career looks to be over.

Roberto Di Matteo is set to be offered a way out of his Chelsea dilemma by former club Lazio.

Kenny Dalglish's position at Liverpool appears to have weakened.

DAILY RECORD

Livingston have threatened to sue the SFA for £1.2million if they don't relegate Rangers.

Celtic are eyeing a move for Leicester centre-back Matt Mills as Daniel Majstorovic heads to AIK Stockholm.

Scotland have officially entered the race to host the 2020 European Championship.

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