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Back pages: ‘Auba and out’ for Arsenal boss Emery - star Gunners could be goners

A round up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 26 November

‘Auba and out for Emery’ 

According to the Daily Star and Daily Express Arsenal risk losing strike duo Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette next summer if Unai Emery remains as head coach. 

The Star says it could ‘Auba and out for Emery’ with captain Aubameyang’s future in doubt, and Lacazette “may be off, too”.

It’s reported that the club have been trying to negotiate new deals with the pair but “fears are growing” they are reluctant to commit while Emery is in charge.

Emery’s future is in the balance with Arsenal eighth in the Premier League table after 13 games. They are already eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, who sit in the final Champions League qualification place.

Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta, a former Arsenal captain, has been linked with a return to the club as Emery’s replacement.

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‘Sign up or lose out, Eriksen’ 

The Daily Mirror reports that new Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has warned Christian Eriksen his chances of playing “remain limited” if he does not commit to the club. 

Mourinho sat down for talks with the Danish playmaker and revealed that Amazon documentary staff also listened in.  

The Portuguese said: “I’m not going to tell you what we said. Just me and him - and Amazon. He’s committed, loves the club and is one of us.”

Mourinho takes charge of his first home game tonight when Spurs host Olympiacos in group B of the Champions League (8pm, live on BT Sport).

Today’s newspaper back pages

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