The top stories making Thursday's back pages in the UK...
The Sun: Roy Hodgson has sent an SOS to Wayne Rooney, insisting: I need Roo.
Also: Alex Ferguson is facing a new injury nightmare.
And: Swansea are to give left-back Neil Taylor, who is sidelined for the season after breaking his ankle against Sunderland, a new four-year deal.
Daily Mirror: Arsenal are to offer Arsene Wenger a new contract.
Also: QPR's Anton Ferdinand is set to deliver a double handshake snub to Chelsea on Saturday.
Daily Star: Roy Hodgson has sent an SOS to crocked star Wayne Rooney.
Also: Sir Alex Ferguson has flown straight in to a mounting injury crisis at Old Trafford.
Daily Mail: Manchester United and Liverpool supporters have been urged to stop mocking the tragedies that have afflicted both clubs following Wednesday's dramatic revelations about the deaths of 96 fans at Hillsborough.
Also: Andy Carroll is in line for a shock return next week after stunning medical staff with his response to treatment on his injured hamstring.
Metro: Italian giants Juventus are the latest side to plan a move for Arsenal winger Theo Walcott in the January transfer window.
Also: Liverpool Football Club and captain Steven Gerrard have issued heartfelt messages of support following the release and findings of previously unseen documents relating to the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
And: Prime minister David Cameron has offered a 'profound' apology to the families of 96 Liverpool supporters who died in the Hillsborough disaster after newly published documents exposed 'strenuous attempts' by authorities to blame innocent football fans.
Plus: Abou Diaby faces a race against time to be fit for Arsenal’s home clash with Southampton at the Emirates on Saturday after suffering an injury on international duty.
Daily Telegraph: The families of the 96 Liverpool supporters killed at Hillsborough will seek criminal charges against those responsible after hearing details of what their lawyers described as 'the biggest cover-up in British history', and 'a concerted conspiracy' to withhold the truth.
The Times: The FA is hoping to woo England fans back to Wembley by organising a series of glamorous friendlies against some of the best teams in the world next year.