What the papers say: Sugar daddies need not apply, says Hill-Wood

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News of the World - Arsene Wenger has summit to celebrate
SIR ALEX FERGUSON did the unthinkable this week and had a love-in with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

The People - CESC NOT FOR SALE AT £100m
Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has reassured supporters the club would resist a bid of £100million for Cesc Fabregas or any of their star players.

The Mail on Sunday - Now it's truly a big three as Arsenal throw down gauntlet by going top
Arsene Wenger insisted last night that top-of-the-table Arsenal can last the course this season and claim the Premier League title, just as Sir Alex Ferguson hopes they do should his own Manchester United team fail.

Manager Arsene Wenger's delight at seeing his Arsenal side go top of the Premier League was tempered by an injury to Gael Clichy.

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has blasted American tycoon Malcolm Glazer’s takeover of Manchester United.

The Sunday TimesCesc Fabregas provides perfect answers
AFTER falling behind to a Kevin Davies goal, Arsenal responded brilliantly, with Cesc Fabregas shining in midfield, and Emmanuel Eboue and Nicklas Bendtner scored vital goals before Denilson sealed victory.

The Independent on Sunday - Bolton Wanderers 1 Arsenal 3: Arsenal rise to the top after magic spell works wonders
There was a time when Arsenal entered Lancashire with the sort of dread the chief executive of a bank experiences when he or she looks at the books. They were condemned as too soft, too brittle and, in these parts, too southern. Now make that too good.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsenal: We wouldn't sell Cesc Fabregas for £100m
The Arsenal chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, insists that, despite a rise in his club’s debt to £318.1m, they are under no pressure to sell Cesc Fabregas or any star player even if they received an offer of £100m.

The Observer - Sugar daddies need not apply, says Hill-Wood
The lavish Diamond Club at the Emirates Stadium, where season tickets cost £25,000, is an incongruous venue in which to extol the virtues of prudence in football finance. Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood believes that his club can succeed without having to sell the family jewels to the mega-rich.

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