Germany and Turkey will find out on Thursday which of them has won the right to host Euro 2024.
They will make their final bid presentations to Uefa before the decision is announced.
In the build-up, an evaluation report by European football’s governing body stated giving it to Turkey had risks.
The report added that Turkey’s lack of an action plan in the area of human rights and limited hotel capacity in many cities are matters “of concern”.
It also labeled the scale of transport infrastructure work required “a risk” for a tournament which will return to a single-host format after Euro 2020 is held across Europe.
Turkey Football Federation vice-president Servet Yardimci said: “The human rights issue is our government’s top priority.
“By Uefa giving this tournament to Turkey it will also make Turkey accelerate to be in a much better position in terms of complying with human rights.
“There are no valid reasons why Turkey shouldn’t host Euro 2024, but there are multiple positive reasons why Turkey should host the tournament.
“Now must be the time for Turkey. If it’s not this time when will it be?”
Germany were hosts of the 2006 World Cup and the German Football Federation (DFB) secretary general Friedrich Curtius described awarding the tournament to them as a “safe bet”.
“The most important question is what is the best for decision for football in Europe,” he said.
“I think, within the heart of Europe, to have such an event is a good choice for football and I’m convinced we have given a good arguments to become hosts.