What the papers say: Sunday

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The News Of The World - ADEBAYOR IS DOUGH-LIGHTFUL
AT last it seems some sanity is about to prevail from this summer of madness. Emmanuel Adebayor is poised to end the brinksmanship at Arsenal, sign a new deal and so end all talk of a move to Barcelona.

The Sunday Mirror - Martin O'Neill: Gareth Barry can join Liverpool
GARETH BARRY can join Liverpool – with Martin O’Neill’s angry blessing.

The Mail On Sunday - Wenger challenges Adebayor to become the world's best striker
Arsene Wenger has challenged Emmanuel Adebayor to become the best striker in the world after he pledged his future to Arsenal.

The Sunday Express - TREZEGUET STRIKE SINKS GUNNERS 
David Trezeguet scored the only goal of the game as Juventus triumphed over hosts Arsenal in the Emirates Cup.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsene Wenger reacts to 'anti-English' jibes by fielding young talent Jack Wilshere
Arsene Wenger hit back at critics who accuse him of stifling English talent by giving a first-team home debut to 16-year-old Jack Wilshere.

The Observer - Wenger smiles as crowd boos and Arsenal lose
Emirates crowd gives Adebayor a hostile reception as Wenger's 'under 21s' lose.

The Sunday Times - Young Gunners shot down
IN THE first half of this game Arsenal’s young Lions roared to some purpose and as their manager Arsène Wenger said afterwards: “We started well, we played well, we were unlucky to concede the goal. We lacked physical sharpness." He had a case.

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