What the papers say: Arsenal's finances under scrutiny as transfer window opens

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The Sun - Wenger needs Will power
ARSENE WENGER is fighting to hold on to William Gallas after AC Milan stepped up their interest in the French defender.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal and Manchester City poised to hijack Zoran Tosic's move to Manchester United
Serbian winger Zoran Tosic may not be moving to Manchester United after contract talks broke down, and now Arsenal and Manchester City are interested.

ARSENE WENGER is becoming increasingly frustrated by a lack of transfer funds at Arsenal. Despite being linked with numerous players, the Frenchman has been told by the board that he has precious little money at his disposal this month.

The Times - Paul Sturrock aiming high again with Plymouth
Paul Sturrock, the Plymouth Argyle manager, hopes that tomorrow’s FA Cup tie against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium will put his team on the map.

Daily Telegraph - Real Madrid to step up bid to lure Arsene Wenger and Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal
Real Madrid are set to return with a £25 million offer to Arsene Wenger to take the Arsenal manager to the Spanish capital and will also test the club’s resolve to hold on to captain Cesc Fabregas.

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