The top stories making Friday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Luka Modric is set to join Manchester United.
Also: England suffered another scare on the eve of Euro 2012 as Ashley Cole picked up a stomach bug.
And: New Norwich manager Chris Hughton has vowed to hold on to striker Grant Holt amid speculation he could follow Paul Lambert to Aston Villa.
Daily Mirror: Ashley Cole last night dealt England's preparations for their Euro 2012 opener another blow.
Also: Dutch players were outraged last night after being racially abused during training.
Daily Star: France have stuck the boot into England and mocked Roy Hodgson ahead of their Euro 2012 opening showdown next week.
Also: Roberto Mancini's Manchester City future is hanging in the balance - and could be decided by his wife.
And: John Terry last night declared: I am fit to face France.
Daily Mail: David Beckham will crown his glittering international career by spearheading Great Britain's Olympic football challenge at the London Games.
Also: A major race row has erupted here in England's host city of Krakow after members of the Holland team complained that they were subjected to monkey chants during a training session.
And: Manchester United have agreed a £3m fee for 18-year-old Chilean striker Angelo Henriquez.
Daily Express: Racism has reared up for the first time at Euro 2012 after Holland's players were showered with monkey chants during an open training session.
Also: England manager Roy Hodgson was given a lift on the eve of the European Championship last night when John Terry declared himself fit for Monday's showdown with France.
Metro: Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe could miss England's first Euro 2012 game against France after returning home following the death of his father.
Also: Chelsea have failed in a bid to buy the land at Battersea Power Station after losing out to a joint bid by two Malaysian property companies.
Daily Telegraph: The Polish city in which England are based for the finals of Euro 2012 was at the centre of a growing race row yesterday with the Holland captain, Mark van Bommel, warning UEFA that he will lead his team off the pitch if they are abused during matches after an alleged incident occurred at a training session.
Also: John Terry last night declared himself fit for England's opening Euro 2012 group match against France on Monday.
The Times: The opening day of the European Championship finals is in danger of being overshadowed by a racism row after Holland players were allegedly racially abused by Polish fans at an open training session in Krakow.
Also: England suffered a fitness scare yesterday when Ashley Cole was hit with a stomach bug that left him confined to his bed.
The Guardian: Euro 2012 was plunged into its first racism controversy after the black players in the Holland squad were subjected to monkey chants during an open practice session in the same city where England will also invite the public to watch them train today.
Also: John Terry has declared himself fit and available for England's opening Group D fixture against France having recovered from the hamstring complaint that forced him from the field in the friendly victory against Belgium on Saturday.
The Independent: John Terry sought to draw a line under fears about the hamstring injury which threatens to render Rio Ferdinand's absence from the European Championship even more questionable, though even as he did so the name of Ashley Cole was added to Roy Hodgson's list of defensive preoccupations.
Also: Chelsea have not yet given up on one day building a new stadium on the Battersea Power Station site despite the club losing out on the preferred bidder status to two Malaysian developers, SP Setia and Sime Darby.