What the papers say: Arsenal sweat on Wenger's Real decision

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The Sun - Betrayed: Wenger hurt by sniping
ARSENAL were in crisis last night with Arsene Wenger left ‘hurt and betrayed’ by club sniping and Emmanuel Adebayor ready to quit.

The Daily Mirror - AC Milan believe they've a good chance of signing Emmanuel Adebayor
Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has claimed there is a "good chance" his club will sign Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor this summer.

The Daily Mail - EXCLUSIVE: Battle of the San Siro for Adebayor as Mourinho Inter's the fray to sign Arsenal striker
Jose Mourinho will battle it out with AC Milan this summer for the £24m signature of Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor. Sportsmail can reveal that the Inter chief, who wrapped up the Serie A title in his first year at the San Siro on Saturday, has targeted Adebayor as part of his rebuilding plans.

The Daily Express - WENGER NO REAL DEAL
REAL MADRID presidential candidate Florentino Perez may well be upping the ante in his audacious attempt to land Arsene Wenger, but the Arsenal manager is going nowhere, according to Samir Nasri.

The Times - Arsenal fear Arsène Wenger may join Real Madrid
Arsenal were trying to come to terms last night with the alarming possibility that the manager who has transformed them into one of the Barclays Premier League’s superpowers could be about to desert them, effectively driven out by their own supporters. 

The Independent - Wenger will remain at Emirates despite concern over budget
Arsene Wenger is not considering seriously a job proposal from Real Madrid presidential candidate Florentino Perez, but the Arsenal manager is understood to be disillusioned at the prospect of another cut-price summer transfer budget. Despite claims by senior figures at the club in the past that Wenger could spend "£30m" on a single player, that is not understood to reflect the current situation.

The Daily Telegraph - Real Madrid raise stakes for Arsenal's Arsene Wenger
Arsenal are understood to be confident that Arsene Wenger will reject the overtures of Real Madrid for a third time and see out his contract at the club.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger challenges critics to ponder life without him
Arsène Wenger has had enough, though not of Arsenal, at least not yet, which ought to come as some relief to most sane supporters of the club. The manager, however, has had his fill of the present situation, the one that leaves him feeling, to use his own words, as though "every day … you have killed someone".

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