The top stories making Saturday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Andre Villas-Boas will lose nearly £11million when he is named Tottenham's new manager next week.
Also: Ezequiel Lavezzi has snubbed a move to Manchester City in favour of joining Paris Saint-Germain.
Daily Mirror: Manchester United are on the brink of signing Leighton Baines.
Also: Cesc Fabregas admits Mario Balotelli is the greatest threat to Spain's bid for history.
And: Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is eyeing Bolton’s Mark Davies in a £6million swoop after missing out on Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Daily Star: Mario Balotelli last night vowed to stay a Manchester City player next season.
Also: Real Madrid are desperate to snatch David Silva from Manchester City in a shock £30m deal.
And: Andre Villas-Boas wants to make £32m Joao Moutinho his first signing at Tottenham.
Daily Mail: Celtic have finally tied up an agreement that will see goalkeeper Fraser Forster make a permanent switch to Parkhead.
Daily Express: Mario Balotelli is hoping to cap the best season of his career by inspiring Italy to Euro 2012 success in Sunday's final.
Also: Chelsea look set to beat Real Madrid's offer for Luka Modric after it was alleged they are preparing a £36m bid for the midfielder.
Metro: Porto have confirmed they are yet to receive any offers for star midfielder Joao Moutinho, amid speculation that Manchester United and Tottenham are keen.
Also: Tottenham target Nuri Sahin has ruled out acting as a makeweight in any Luka Modric transfer deal, and insists he’s happy to stay put at Real Madrid.
And: Tottenham should not give up hope of signing Jan Vertonghen, despite the dispute with Ajax which is threatening to scupper the deal, says boss Frank de Boer.
Plus: Napoli forward Ezequiel Lavezzi has reportedly turned down a move to Premier League winners Manchester City in favour of joining PSG.
Daily Telegraph: England must appoint a sports psychologist to cure players of their ever-deepening fear of the penalty kick, according to Gareth Southgate - the favourite to be installed as FA technical director.
Also: Gareth Bale will miss the Olympic football tournament after picking up an injury, dealing a huge blow to Team GB’s prospects of success in the London 2012 tournament next month.
The Guardian: Spain's resplendent champions stand accused of suffocating the game. In Italy, football struggles to extricate itself from its umpteenth scandal. And yet there is an excellent chance that on Sunday night in Kiev's Olympic Stadium the two teams representing these nations will provide a contest of skill and courage to burnish the game's reputation.
Also: Tottenham's Giovani Dos Santos is expected to leave White Hart Lane for either Sevilla or Atletico Madrid this weekend.