What the papers say: Wenger admits he would sell players to rival clubs

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The Sun - Wenger: Fan flak hurt Ade
ARSENE WENGER puts Emmanuel Adebayor’s unhappy season down to fans getting on the Arsenal striker’s back.

The Daily Mirror - Manchester United snatch French starlet from under noses of Arsenal
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has snapped up French midfield starlet Paul Pogba - under the nose of Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger.

The Daily Mail - Angry Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is fuming as dismayed fans get the knives out
Arsene Wenger took a fresh swipe at Arsenal's negative fans last night after shareholders quizzed him over yet another season without silverware. The Frenchman was forced into an impassioned defence of both his record and his players during a stormy question-and-answer session in which defender Mikael Silvestre was branded a 'geriatric'.

ARSENE WENGER has admitted he would sell players to the club’s Premier League rivals – raising the very real possibility that Arsenal may cash in on Emmanuel Adebayor by selling him to Chelsea this summer.

The Times - Arsene Wenger turns on Arsenal fans, criticising ‘slaughter’ of his team
Arsène Wenger employed all of his charm to quell the ire of some disgruntled shareholders who turned on his Arsenal team last night. 

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger gives Chelsea hint over Emmanuel Adebayor
Arsene Wenger has offered Chelsea significant encouragement over Emmanuel Adebayor by admitting that he would be willing to sell one of his players to another of the 'Big Four' clubs.

The Independent - Wenger: 'You have to say, yes, United are the best'
When he walks on to the pitch at Old Trafford tomorrow, Arsène Wenger can be forgiven for thinking back to May seven years ago when Sylvain Wiltord's goal sealed a memorable 1-0 win that clinched Arsenal the Double. But he might not want to remember what he said afterwards. "We want tonight to be a shift of power," he said.


The Guardian - Wenger paves way for Emmanuel Adebayor to leave Arsenal for Chelsea
Arsène Wenger has opened the door to Emmanuel Adebayor leaving Arsenal this summer by stating he would have no problem in selling a player to Chelsea or any other big four rival.

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