What the papers say: Wenger made last gasp attempt to lure Alonso

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The Sun - Theo hungry to impress boss Capello
THEO WALCOTT is determined to force his way back into the England attack — after a surprise reprieve from Under-21 duty.

The Mirror - Newcastle owner Mike Ashley may face licensing law rap after downing pint
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley could face a police rap after breaking licensing laws to drown his sorrows.

The Daily Mail - HATCHET MAN: Fair play to Arsenal for sticking the boot into Newcastle bad boy Barton
If Joey Barton was unsure what fellow players thought of him after his thuggery landed him in jail, he was left in no doubt at Arsenal. They despise him.

The Independent - Arsenal in last-gasp attempt to capture Alonso
Arsenal were last night desperately trying to sign Xabi Alonso before the transfer window closed after submitting an improved offer, thought to be around £14m, for the Spanish international midfielder.

The Guardian - No charges for Toon owner over stadium drink
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley will not face charges after being filmed drinking beer inside the Emirates Stadium in London during an away game at Arsenal, a police source said on Monday.

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