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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho insists he wants to stay at Old Trafford for the long term.

Sergio Aguero has questioned his decision to go to Amsterdam on a day off before the Chelsea game but is already training normally.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Naby Keita is now a marked man on the pitch and is being provoked by opponents, according to his manager at RB Leipzig.

Barcelona have once again enraged Liverpool by publicly outlining their intentions to sign Philippe Coutinho.

Mohamed Salah has vowed to help ensure Liverpool triumph in the absence of Sadio Mane.

Beni Baningime is hoping to break into Everton’s first team after penning a new deal with the Blues until 2020.

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Arsene Wenger has backed Jack Wilshere to earn a place in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad, without leaving Arsenal.

Talks over an extension to Mesut Ozil’s Arsenal contract have been positive, his agent has revealed.

Tottenham expect Danny Rose and Erik Lamela to be available for the north London derby on November 18.

Chelsea have suffered a major injury blow with N’Golo Kante set to miss rest of October.

Antonio Conte does not want to leave Chelsea and return to Italy – he wants new signings, says Claudio Ranieri.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Newcastle United forward Ayoze Perez admits he harbours dreams of playing for Spain in next year’s World Cup, but knows he must impress for the Magpies to even be considered.

Mo Diame accepts he must be patient as he waits for his Premier League opportunity with Newcastle United.

Sunderland’s Duncan Watmore says there is a belief in the squad that they can turn their fortunes around.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Former Sunderland defender Pascal Chimbonda believes that the Black Cats’ supporters can help the club get back on track.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Steve Cotterill has been delighted by the response of his Birmingham City players and believes there have been big strides forward in his first couple of weeks in charge.

Tony Pulis has taken himself out of the running for the Wales job should Chris Coleman leave the post.

Leo Bonatini feels right at home at Molineux – so much so that he wants to stay at Wolverhampton Wanderers permanently.

EXPRESS & STAR

Wolves U23s boss Scott Sellars believes his talented youngsters will fit into Nuno Espirito Santo’s first team if required – despite a change in formation.

Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has been fined £4,000 after accusing referee Jeremy Simpson of being an ‘Aston Villa hater’.

THE SENTINEL

Saido Berahino has been urged not to beat himself up over his penalty miss as he continues searching for that elusive first Stoke City goal.

HULL DAILY MAIL

Hull City winger Kamil Grosicki believes he is in the prime years of his career after helping Poland to reach the World Cup finals.

David Meyler says Hull City have set the standard for a climb up the Championship table as they return to action with a testing trip to Norwich City this weekend.

Jarrod Bowen deserves all of the plaudits coming his way after a strong start to the Championship, according to team-mate Max Clark.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn’s Marcus Antonsson feels there is more to come from him despite netting three goals in five starts last month.

LEICESTER MERCURY

Craig Shakespeare says it is now time for Leicester’s Vicente Iborra to kick on with his career.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Thomas Christiansen has given his backing to goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald and indicated that the German’s place is not under threat over the defensive issues which undermined Leeds United in their defeat to Sheffield Wednesday.

DERBY TELEGRAPH

Gary Rowett has stressed his desire to reduce the size of Derby County’s squad in January.

NOTTINGHAM POST

Derby boss Gary Rowett believes this weekend’s East Midlands derby against Nottingham Forest is the perfect opportunity for the Rams’ international players to get over their World Cup heartache.

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