What the papers say: Sagna wants Arsenal to spend while Rosicky thinks title bid is over

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The Sun - Arsene’s Ruud awakening
AT the start of the season, I got loads of stick from some Arsenal fans. My prediction was that they wouldn't win the Premier League.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger admits the Carling Cup is not one of his priorities
Arsene Wenger admits the Carling Cup is not on his radar as Arsenal bid to bounce back from the 3-0 defeat by Chelsea.

The Daily MailArsenal defender Bacary Sagna calls on Arsene Wenger to splash the cash in January
Bacary Sagna has urged Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to sign a replacement for Robin van Persie while Tomas Rosicky has admitted their title hopes are all but over following the 3-0 home defeat to Chelsea.

Bacary Sagna last night urged arsenal boss arsene Wenger to sign a replacement for robin van Persie – or else watch the gunners’ season go into meltdown.

The Times - Do Arsenal really have what it takes to thrive against the best?
The telltale sign of Arsenal’s faltering progress in recent years is that their end-of-season inquests have arrived earlier and earlier.

The Independent - Wenger admits Arsenal must fight loss of faith
All of a sudden Arsenal's home game with Stoke on Saturday is taking on enormous significance. A match that a couple of weeks ago would have seemed like a routine victory for a free-scoring side has become a must-win game for a team rapidly in danger of losing its way after consecutive defeats in the Premier League.

The Daily Telegraph - Chelsea and Arsenal chase Romelu Lukaku - the 'new Didier Drogba'
Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all chasing the player they call 'the new Didier Drogba'.

The Guardian - Tomas Rosicky admits stopping Chelsea will be difficult for anyone
Tomas Rosicky has conceded that Arsenal's Premier League title hopes are all but over while his team-mate Bacary Sagna admitted that they have been undermined by the loss of the injured Robin van Persie and urgently "need to find a solution".

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