What the papers say: Theo - new contracts, a central role and the bench

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The SunArsene: I'm sick of Sheikhs
ARSENE WENGER has blasted Manchester City’s new owners and fumed: “We won’t sell Cesc Fabregas even for £135million.”

The Daily Mirror - England star Theo Walcott will start as a substitute for Arsenal against Blackburn
Arsene Wenger has warned Theo Walcott to expect the reward for his England heroics to be a place on the Arsenal bench against Blackburn tomorrow.

The Daily Mail - Football is not a supermarket, slams Arsenal boss Wenger in withering attack on Premier League's foreign owners
Arsene Wenger has admitted he fears the authority of managers in the Premier League could disappear after the wave of foreign takeovers in England.

ARSENAL are preparing to offer England hat-trick hero Theo Walcott a massive pay increase to fight off the threat of big-money bids.

Theo Walcott looks set to go from England hero to Arsenal zero at Ewood Park tomorrow.

The Times - Theo Walcott in line for huge pay hike as Arsenal ward off predators
Teenager about to enter world of mega-earnings as Wenger seeks to tie him down to lucrative new contract

The Independent - Walcott looks for central role after living the teenage dream
After he scored his third goal against Croatia on Wednesday night, up in the stands of the Maksimir Stadium the England fans began to sing the name of Theo Walcott and, according to those who were with him, the player's father Don, who was sitting up there too, started to well up.

The Telegraph Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger accuses Man City owners of turning game into supermarket
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has questioned the ethics of Manchester City's billionaire owners and criticised their British transfer record signing Robinho.

The Guardian - Now watch Walcott get kicked, warns worried Wenger
Arsène Wenger last night paid tribute to Theo Walcott for his outstanding display against Croatia on Wednesday but said he now fears the teenager will be "kicked" by opposition defenders upon his return to club duty for Arsenal.

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