Today’s European newspapers review

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the sun
Manchester United are refusing to sell Anthony Martial because they would owe 50 per cent of the profits to Monaco.
Arsenal were on the verge of agreeing a new five-year contract with Aaron Ramsey but the deal has been delayed by chief executive Ivan Gazidis’ impending exit.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock wants to take Chelsea youngster Ethan Ampadu on loan in January.

daily telegraph
Jose Mourinho admits he is in the dark over Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United.
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez insists he has no regrets about selling Aleksandar Mitrovic to Fulham.
Unai Emery is to limit his squad rotation as Arsenal prioritise the Europa League.
Pep Guardiola has told Gareth Southgate that Phil Foden is ready to play for England now.
Burnley have taken the option to extend midfielder Steven Defour’s contract until the summer of 2020.

daily mail
Mauricio Pochettino has demanded his players must go for the ‘kill’ against Liverpool after Tottenham’s defeat at Watford.
West Ham’s Jack Wilshere will have tests on Tuesday to assess the damage to his left ankle.

the guardian
Unai Emery has praised Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez as a pioneer and demands his Arsenal team must improve.

daily record
Neil Lennon has questioned if there is an agenda at play after Steven Gerrard escaped an SFA rap while Steve Clarke did not.
Scott Brown says he was asked to leave Celtic by former manager Tony Mowbray.

daily express
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock wants to leave Chelsea on Saturday having laid down a marker to take Ethan Ampadu on loan in January.
Zinedine Zidane has been backed to return to management by Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui amid speculation linking him with Manchester United.

daily mirror
Unai Emery insists Arsenal players must speak English in the dressing room.
Manuel Pellegrini has told his West Ham players to “trust” his attacking philosophy because he has been winning with it for 35 years.
Pep Guardiola has told Leroy Sane he must prove he has the hunger to win back his Manchester City place.
Marcos Rojo suffered an injury setback as he limped out of Manchester United Under 23’s fixture with Reading.

the times
Newcastle United and Cardiff are considering launching their own cryptocurrencies in order to raise funds.
Harry Kane is leading negotiations with the FA on behalf of England players over a new commercial deal for the squad.

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