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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted he is willing to spend money to keep forward Alexis Sanchez, 27, at the club. (Metro)

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is facing crisis talks over the next 48 hours as he bids to hold onto his job. (Daily Express)

The Eagles hierarchy want to see evidence 55-year-old Pardew is willing to make "radical" changes to his approach before making a decision on his future. (Guardian)

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, 25, has ruled out a move to Real Madrid or Paris St-Germain, but the France international would be open to a transfer to Barcelona or the Premier League. (Goal)

Liverpool fear Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 24, will be out until the New Year after injuring his ankle against Sunderland at the weekend. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is facing a two-match ban after being sent off during the 1-1 draw against West Ham.(Daily Mirror)

However, former Premier League referee Graham Poll says the Football Association should ban the Portuguese boss for six matches. (Daily Mail)

Meanwhile, Mourinho is targeting a move for Benfica's Sweden centre-back Victor Lindelof, 22, in January. (O Jogo, via Daily Mail)

Monday's Mail back page
Monday's Mail back page features an angry Jose Mourinho

Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney is considering not posing for photographs with fans in public following the pictures that surfaced of the England captain during the recent international break. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are aiming to send England Under-21 striker Chuba Akpom out on loan in January - with Championship sides Cardiff, Brentford and Fulham all keen - as the 21-year-old recovers from a back injury. (Daily Mirror)

Leicester City defender Danny Simpson, 29, says the club's Christmas party could be cancelled after their poor start to the Premier League season. (Daily Mirror)

Italian clubs AC Milan and Inter Milan have joined West Bromwich Albion in considering a January loan move for Liverpool's France defender Mamadou Sakho, 26. (Daily Mirror)

Chelsea's Belgium midfielder Eden Hazard, 25, believes the Blues are in a three-way fight for the Premier League title with Manchester City and Liverpool. (Telegraph)

Dutch striker Dirk Kuyt believes his former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard will reject the easy option of a lucrative career in television punditry and focus instead on following his ambition of one day becoming manager at Anfield. (Independent)

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce says he is not lining up a move for Hull City's Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez, 26. (Sun)

Everton manager Ronald Koeman is still keen on signing FC Copenhagen midfielder Thomas Delaney - even though the 25-year-old Denmark international is going to Werder Bremen in January. (Liverpool Echo)

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Four-time Great Britain Olympic gold medallist and Arsenal fan Mo Farah was at Emirates Stadium on Sunday to watch the Gunners beat Bournemouth 3-1. Not only was the 33-year-old thrilled with the win, he posted on Instagram after his selfie encounter with his team's Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil.

Mo Farah and Mesut Ozil

Sunday's Davis Cup final between Argentina and Croatia was a pulsating affair with Argentina coming from 2-1 down in the tie to seal a 3-2 victory thanks to singles wins for Juan Martin del Potro and Federico Delbonis for their nation's first title in the event. And Manchester City's Argentine keeper Willy Caballero was understandably proud of his fellow countrymen's history-making exploits.

Willy Caballero on Instagram

And finally...

Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts was among the crowd at Old Trafford for Sunday's 1-1 draw between Manchester United and West Ham. The Pretty Woman star was at the match with her children and husband. (Manchester Evening News)

Julia Roberts
The Hollywood actress took pictures on the Old Trafford pitch after the match

Sevilla have apologised after announcing a minute's silence for the wrong person before their home game against Valencia on Saturday. (Squawka)

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