What the papers say: Adebayor urged to remain at Gunners

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The Sun - Manu must stay at Arsenal
JENS LEHMANN says Emmanuel Adebayor would be making a huge mistake if he left Arsenal this summer.

The Times - Arsenal and Liverpool keep fingers crossed
Arsenal and Liverpool may be seeded in the draw for the third qualifying round of the Champions League today, but Arsène Wenger and Rafael Benítez, their respective managers, will be keeping their fingers crossed.

The Mirror - Jens: Leave and he’s Ad it
Emmanuel Adebayor was last night warned: You'd be mad to leave Arsenal.

The Independent - Wenger hoping Arsenal can avoid the big hitters
Arsène Wenger admits there are a few sides he would like his Arsenal team to avoid when the draw is made today for the third qualifying round of the Champions League, which is one step away from the group stages.

The Telegraph - Emmanuel Adebayor is staying at Arsenal, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger is adamant that striker Emmanuel Adebayor is still fully committed to the Arsenal cause and remains confident that the African will be playing for the club at the start of the new season.

The Daily Mail - Wenger's latest Arsenal recruit Bischoff deemed a 'nobody' by German tabloid
Arsene Wenger has a record of unearthing young talent but news of the Arsenal manager's latest signing has been greeted with scepticism in some quarters.

The Daily Express - ‘Leaving Arsenal Could Finish You’
EMMANUEL Adebayor is likely to spend the rest of his career searching for his best form if he leaves Arsenal, claims former Gunners keeper Jens Lehmann.

The Daily Star - Cesc: We Can Rule The World
CESC Fabregas believes Arsenal are ready to transform the face of world football.

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