DAILY MAIL: Rio Ferdinand's international career appeared over last night after Roy Hodgson told him he will not be in England's Euro 2012 squad, pointing to John Terry being among the 23 players he names today. Also: Rio Ferdinand was in action for Manchester United last night, just 48 hours after the Premier League climax, and starred in their 4-1 win over an Irish League XI.
DAILY STAR: Rio Ferdinand will be the shock omission when Roy Hodgson names his Euro 2012 squad today. Also: Chelsea received a double boost yesterday with the news Gary Cahill and David Luiz will be fit to face Bayern Munich on Saturday.
DAILY EXPRESS: Rio Ferdinand's England career looks to be over after Roy Hodgson dumped him from his plans for Euro 2012 amid concerns over his fitness. Also: Kenny Dalglish's position appears to have weakened on returning from face-to-face talks with owner John W Henry without assurances he will remain as manager.
DAILY MIRROR: Rio Ferdinand has been sensationally axed from England's Euro 2012 squad. Also: Kenny Dalglish's Anfield future is in the balance as talks continue over his position.
THE SUN: Rio Ferdinand is out of Euro 2012 - but John Terry has a good chance of surviving. Also: Barcelona are eyeing up a move to nab Didier Drogba on a free transfer from Chelsea.
THE GUARDIAN: Rio Ferdinand's broken relationship with John Terry may have ended his England career. Also: Kenny Dalglish is waiting to discover whether his second Liverpool reign is over.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Rio Ferdinand has been left out of the England squad for the finals of Euro 2012. Also: Kenny Dalglish's position as Liverpool manager looks increasingly fragile.
THE TIMES: Rio Ferdinand emerged last night as the big-name casualty of Roy Hodgson's England squad. Also: Roberto Di Matteo has warned his Chelsea players that this could be their last chance of winning the Champions League.