The top stories making Thursday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Spain remain spot-on to become the first team to win three international tournaments in succession.
Also: Roy Hodgson last night slammed Fabio Capello for taking a 'cheap' shot at Wayne Rooney.
And: Luka Modric plans to submit a written transfer at Tottenham in the next seven days to trigger a £30million-plus tug-of-war between Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Plus: Gareth Bale last night committed himself to Spurs - with Andre Villas-Boas set to be his new boss...have told Manchester City and Chelsea to forget about signing Edinson Cavani.
Daily Mirror: Roy Hodgson has hit back at Fabio Capello for his attack on Wayne Rooney.
Also: Andre Villas-Boas was given a boost yesterday when Gareth Bale signed a new four-year deal.
Daily Star: Cesc Fabregas held his nerve to send Spain into the Euro 2012 final last night.
Also: Roy Hodgson last night accused Fabio Capello of being cheap for taking a swipe at Wayne Rooney.
And: Gareth Bale yesterday signed a new £5m-a-year deal with Tottenham and promised to help deliver Champions League football again.
Plus: Chelsea are thought to be moving closer to agreeing a deal for Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic.
Daily Mail: Roy Hodgson has gone to war with Fabio Capello, accusing his predecessor as England manager of taking a 'cheap' shot at Wayne Rooney.
Also: Tottenham could ease the blow of losing Luka Modric by landing Real Madrid’s Nuri Sahin in exchange.
Daily Express: Roy Hodgson has rounded on Fabio Capello for criticising Wayne Rooney's performances at Euro 2012, claiming his predecessor is guilty of a 'cheap' attack on the striker.
Daily Telegraph: Cesc Fabregas sent Spain into their third successive major final with the winning kick in a dramatic Euro 2012 semi-final penalty shoot-out in which Cristiano Ronaldo's gamble on taking Portugal's last spot-kick backfired.
Also: Roy Hodgson has accused Fabio Capello of making a 'cheap' jibe at Wayne Rooney over the striker's lacklustre performance at Euro 2012.
The Times: Andre Villas-Boas, Tottenham Hotspur's manager-elect, has been kept informed of the club's attempts to strengthen their squad for next season as he waits to be announced officially as Harry Redknapp's replacement on Sunday.
Also: Roy Hodgson expressed disappointment yesterday with Fabio Capello, his predecessor as England manager, for making 'cheap' comments about Wayne Rooney.
The Guardian: A penalty shootout began Spain's era and a penalty shootout kept it going. The dream of a unique treble is still alive.
The Independent: The first of the European Championship semi-finals went to penalties last night after a frustrating 120 minutes in Donetsk.