What the papers say: Wenger claims Kaka deal is immoral

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Not much in today's papers about the Gunners, fellow Addicts, but an interesting piece in the Daily Mail taken from the monthly Arsenal magazine with Eduardo speaking about his comeback from that horrific injury.

The Sun - Cesc: City bid spells danger
CESC FABREGAS has warned moneybags Manchester City: Spending £100million on Kaka will guarantee you nothing.

The Mirror - Arsenal will sign £12m Andrei Arshavin "in a few days" claims Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger last night claimed he is "very hopeful" of signing top transfer target Andrei Arshavin.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger remains hopeful of landing Russia playmaker Andrei Arshavin before the transfer window shuts.

The Daily Star - SHAVIN A LAUGH
ARSENE WENGER has played down talk of signing Andrei Arshavin by insisting the Russian won’t be much of an asset this season.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Wenger 'very hopeful' of landing Arshavin
Arsene Wenger is confident he will complete the signing of Russian international Andrei Arshavin before the transfer window closes.

The Times - Arsene Wenger remains hopeful of completing Andrei Arshavin deal
Arsene Wenger remains hopeful that a deal for Andrei Arshavin, the Russia playmaker, can be completed during the transfer window.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger: Kaka bid 'not in real world'
Arsene Wenger has summed up the growing sense of alarm at Manchester City’s relentless pursuit of Kaka, as reports in Italy suggested his cost had now risen to a staggering £135 million, by claiming that the Eastlands club were “not in the real world”.

The Guardian - Wenger blasts Manchester City slickers 'living in different world'
Arsène Wenger has labelled Manchester City as the "new Chelsea" and as he addressed questions connected to the ­ethics of the club's fortune, the ­Arsenal manager revealed that rivals in the ­transfer market already knew that it was pointless trying to compete with them.

The Independent - It is an unfair and immoral bid, claims Wenger
Cheating? No. Unfair? Yes. Immoral? Probably. That was Arsène Wenger's verdict yesterday on Manchester City's extravagant pursuit of Kaka.

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