What the papers say: Theo contract rift, Ade bye, Klaus hello....?

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The Sun - Arsene leads Sak race
ARSENE WENGER is close to landing £4million PSG ace Mamadou Sakho.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal to make £15m summer swoop for Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Arsenal are lining up a £15million summer swoop for fed-up Real Madrid striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.

BARCELONA are planning a second bid to prise £20m-rated Emmanuel Adebayor from Arsenal – and it may pay off.

The Independent - Samir Nasri: Gunners midfielder is streets ahead
When you have been a prodigy since the age of eight and you come from one of the most famous cities in Europe for producing great footballers, it is little wonder that sitting in Thierry Henry’s favourite seat in the team bus is no big deal.

The Telegraph - Theo Walcott in talks about extending contract at Arsenal
Theo Walcott has opened talks with Arsenal over extending his contract, but the two parties remain a significant distance apart in their negotiations.

The Guardian - Gazidis: Arsenal can weather recession
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has joined the Premier League club in the midst of a global recession, although you might not realise it if you take a trip to their impressive Emirates Stadium.

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