What the papers say: Arsenal midfielders believe the title race is not over

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The Sun Wenger shows Toff love
ARSENE WENGER reckons Everton are as likely as Aston Villa to keep Arsenal out of the top four. 

The Daily Mirror - Manchester City make final move for Arsenal defender Kolo Toure
Manchester City will make one last bid for Kolo Toure - opening the door for Arsenal to try to sign Micah Richards.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Wenger to resist Man City's £12m move for Toure
Manchester City have made a renewed £12million bid for Arsenal’s Kolo Toure. 

The Daily Express - NASRI: GUNNERS WILL BOUNCE BACK
Samir Nasri maintains Arsenal have the right spirit and quality of personnel to force themselves back into the top four of the Barclays Premier League.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal will not give up, says Abou Diaby
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted that one point from Wednesday's 1-1 draw at Everton was "not enough" if his team are to stand a realistic chance of seizing the league title, or even of retaining their place in the Champions League.

The Guardian - Diaby believes Arsenal can close gap on the leaders
The Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby maintains the Gunners have no intention of "giving up" on their title ambitions despite falling further behind the top four.

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