What the papers say: Arsenal's Wenger refuses to deny Real Madrid link

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The Sun - Arsene: Madrid job is Real good
ARSENE WENGER has refused to rule out a summer switch to Real Madrid.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal eye Belgian defender Thomas Vermaelen
Arsenal are set to make a £7.5million bid for Ajax defender Thomas Vermaelen. Manager Arsene Wenger received glowing reports about the Belgian-born Vermaelen and has had him checked by leading members of his scouting staff.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Wenger admits working with Perez at Real Madrid would be 'interesting'
Arsene Wenger stunned the Arsenal board last night by admitting he was considering an approach to coach Real Madrid. In a staggering declaration, he said the potential return of Florentino Perez to his role of president at the Bernabeu made the Spanish giants 'interesting'. 

The Daily Express - WE ARE GUNNING FOR YOU
THERE is one thing left for Stoke to do this season. They have stayed in the Premier League, they have got grudging admiration from their critics, they have made a bookmaker who paid out early on their relegation look silly. There is only Arsene Wenger left.

The Daily Star - WENGER HINTS AT MOVE TO MADRID
HUGE doubts were cast over the future of Arsene Wenger yesterday when he refused to deny meeting Real Madrid president-elect Florentino Perez.

The Times - Arsene Wenger coy over Real Madrid
Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has admitted that taking the reins at Real Madrid would be “an interesting project” while stopping short of denying that he had spoken with Florentino Pérez, the Spanish club’s former president and the leading candidate to win Real’s presidential elections this summer.

The Independent - Real move would be 'interesting' says Wenger
Arsène Wenger has admitted it would be "interesting" to work with Florentino Perez if the former Real Madrid president returns to the Bernabeu.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger's warning to Arsenal is Real
Arsene Wenger has delivered a warning to the Arsenal board – and supporters – by describing as "interesting" the prospect of taking over as coach of Real Madrid under Florentino Perez, who is in the process of being re-elected as the Spanish club's president.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger gives Arsenal jitters over Real Madrid move
Arsène Wenger's long-term commitment to Arsenal appeared to waver publicly for the first time last night when the club's manager of 13 years chose not to rebuff the possibility of a future role at Real Madrid and instead conceded that the prospect of working under Florentino Pérez in Spain would be "interesting".

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