What the papers say: Wenger facing mid-strife crisis

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The Sun - Wenger is facing a mid-strife crisis
ARSENE WENGER has pointed the finger of blame for Arsenal’s shock slump at his midfield.

The Daily Mail - Leeds will allow Arsenal to snap up rising star Delph on condition he stays at Elland Road on loan
Leeds are willing to sell up-and-coming midfielder Fabian Delph, 18, to Arsenal in January — as long as they loan him back for the rest of the season.

THEO Walcott is confident he will be fit to face Manchester United, but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is still unsure if Emmanuel Adebayor will be available for Saturday’s crunch game.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger's failure to replace key players threatens Arsenal's domestic status
As a manager, there must be nothing worse than suspecting your side have gone backwards, that recent comings and goings have left the team in a weaker position.

The Guardian - Principled Wenger could become an obstacle to Arsenal success
Arsene Wenger is a remarkable manager but his idiosyncratic approach may cause Arsenal to drop out of the top four

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