What the papers say: Real Arsenal fans beg Wenger to reject Real job

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The Sun - Almunia is laughing off transfer talk
MANUEL ALMUNIA has revealed the Arsenal players have a right old laugh when they hear stories claiming they are all about to be sold off or that Arsene Wenger is set to leave.

The Daily Mirror - Real Madrid tempt Arsene Wenger with £100m pot for players
Real Madrid have dangled a £100million-plus war-chest in front of Arsene Wenger in their all-out attempt to entice him from Arsenal.

The Daily Mail - I'm staying! Wenger insists his future is with Arsenal...but he only has £13m to buy new stars
Arsene Wenger is to stay with Arsenal after a dramatic day of developments at the Emirates Stadium convinced him his future is in London. The Arsenal manager, who has been offered the chance to coach Real Madrid should Florentino Perez win their presidential election later this month, has confirmed that he will remain with the Gunners.

ARSENAL would be shocked if Arsene Wenger walked out on them – hounded by the complaints from fans – according to the Gunners legend who knows him best.

Arsene Wenger was locked in talks yesterday to decide his Arsenal future. Real Madrid president-in-waiting Florentino Perez has given the Frenchman until tomorrow to decide if he wants to manage the Spanish giants.

The Times - Frustrated Arsène Wenger set to stay after three-hour transfer talks
Arsène Wenger has given the first indication that his future remains with Arsenal rather than Real Madrid, despite his clear frustration with the criticism that he has received from a vocal minority of supporters. 

The Daily Telegraph - Loyal Arsenal fans rally to Arsene Wenger's cause
When Arsene Wenger strides back into his office at London Colney early on Friday morning, the Arsenal manager will find more paperwork than usual neatly stacked on his desk. One pile will contain printouts of emails, a representative sample of the hundreds of messages of support from fans outraged at the criticism of Wenger by a vocal minority.

The Guardian - Arsenal fans rally round as Arsène Wenger plans for next season
Arsène Wenger met the Arsenal chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, today to plan for the close-season and the next campaign as fans of the club rallied around the manager and planned a show of support for him at Sunday's home game against Stoke City.

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