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The Sun - ARSENAL are poised to land Feyenoord’s Jonathan De Guzman for £12million.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has made his move for the tough-tackling midfielder, 20, who is known as the Dutch version of Owen Hargreaves.
The Mirror - HOW YOU SHAY MAC? HIT FOR SIXSH!
No Matter which language Steve McClaren speaks, this result needed no translation.
Daily Mail - Arsenal are absolutely Fabregas as Gunners cruise past McClaren hitting his FC Twente for plenty
A familiar face and a familiar scoreline filtered its way to the leading lights of European football last night. Cesc Fabregas is back and so are Arsenal.
The Daily Star - WENGER THRILLED WITH GUNNERS
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal passed a "big mental test" with a comprehensive 4-0 (6-0 aggregate) demolition of Steve McClaren's FC Twente to secure a place in the draw for the Champions League group stage.
The Times - Theo Walcott finds form to ruin Steve McClaren's return
No one at Arsenal will be fooled into thinking that this result means anything other than a place in today’s draw for the Champions League group stages.
The Independent - Arsenal 4 FC Twente 0 (Ars. win 6-0 on agg): Arsenal give McClaren's men a goal masterclass
The last time Steve McClaren brought a team to north London to face Arsenal he was on the wrong end of a seven-goal thrashing so on this occasion the new manager of FC Twente could at least give thanks for small mercies.
The Telegraph - Champions League: Arsenal overcome nerves and deliver class show to see-off FC Twente
Arsenal went some way to banishing the ghosts of Craven Cottage with a vastly improved display at the Emirates Stadium.
The Guardian - Jet-heeled Walcott leads way as Arsenal get back up to speed
Steve McClaren has less than fond memories of north London, and not only from his time in charge of England on rainy evenings at Wembley.