United have been strongly linked with the Chile international, who is out of contract at the Emirates in the summer. "(There is) nothing new," said the boss. "I think clearly everybody knows that we are there and especially when Arsenal's manager speaks so clearly like he did there is no point in trying to hide or to deny. But (it's) not done, not done at all." Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who could move the other way, will not be involved against Burnley. Mourinho added: "No, (he is) not selected.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp remained tight-lipped when asked about a potential January move away from Anfield for Daniel Sturridge. The England striker has long been linked with a move away from Anfield, the latest of which having seen him paired with Premier League rivals Southampton. Sturridge has also been rumoured to be on the radar of Serie A giants Napoli. However, Klopp was keeping his cards to his chest and refused to give anything away on the striker.
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