What today’s papers are saying:
The Sun: Wayne Rooney will turn frustration into inspiration to lead England into the Euro 2012 quarter-finals. Also: Frank Lampard fears the greatest triumph of his career could have cost uncle Harry Redknapp his job as Tottenham boss.
Daily Star: Steven Gerrard believes England have developed an unbreakable spirit at Euro 2012. Also: Tottenham’s search for a new manager is unlikely to end with the appointment of David Moyes.
Daily Express: Everton boss David Moyes is poised to sign a new lucrative three-year contract to stay at Goodison Park and ignore any overtures from managerless Spurs. Also: Wayne Rooney is desperate to turn from England cheerleader to Three Lions goal-getter in Tuesday night’s crunch Euro 2012 clash with Ukraine.
The People: Wayne Rooney is set to return for England with Danny Welbeck on Tuesday night. Also: Spurs could spring a major surprise by appointing former Schalke boss Ralf Rangnick as their next manager.
Mail on Sunday: England will make an urgent security review of their pre-match preparations at Euro 2012 after a simple blunder involving a curtain almost led to curtains for Roy Hodgson’s European Championship hopes. Also: Ian Bell recovered from a deep gash to his chin that left him requiring internal stitches along his jawline to record a personal best One Day International score that set up a convincing victory for England.
Sunday Mirror: Laurent Blanc has emerged as a shock rival to Andre Villas-Boas to become the next boss of Tottenham. Also: Nani fears he is being forced out of Manchester United after being stunned by the club’s reluctance to hand him a new contract.
The Observer: Ben Youngs admitted England`s poor start had “killed” them as they slipped to a series defeat against South Africa. Also: Roy Hodgson will restore Wayne Rooney to England`s line-up for Tuesday`s critical game against Ukraine.
The Independent: Roy Hodgson is ready to unleash Wayne Rooney with the promise of something special. Also: Ian Bell defied medical convention yesterday.
Sunday Times: Roy Hodgson has insisted that Wayne Rooney will cope with the expectation surrounding his return to the England side. Also: England, Ireland and Wales all lost against Southern Hemisphere opponents.