What the papers say: Arsenal examine rights issue to wipe off debt

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The Sun - Toure signs for Barcelona
YAYA TOURE has signed a one-year extension to his contract at Barcelona. The midfielder had been a summer transfer target of Arsenal and Manchester City, but is looking to end his career with the Champions League holders.

The Daily Mail - Milan speak to Wenger about Adebayor as Arsenal striker again linked with move away
AC Milan yesterday confirmed they have contacted Arsenal over a deal for Emmanuel Adebayor. The Togo striker was strongly linked with a move to the San Siro last summer and will be the subject of a renewed bid if Milan fail to sign their top target, Wolfburg's Bosnia international Edin Dzeko, who yesterday admitted he will struggle to secure a move away from Germany.

The Daily Express - MILAN MAKE ADEBAYOR APPROACH
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed he has talked to Arsenal about the possibility of signing Emmanuel Adebayor.

The Daily Star - WENG’S £40M RIBERY BID
ARSENAL have entered the race to land French ace Franck Ribery – for a club record £40million.

The Independent - Wenger 'happy' for Adebayor to leave
The Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has said he has talked to Arsenal about the possibility of signing Emmanuel Adebayor.

Daily Telegraph - Arsenal seek bank advice on possible rights issue
Arsenal are seeking advice from their bank about the viability of a rights issue among shareholders that could allow the club to wipe out a significant chunk of their £318 million debt.

The Guardian - Alisher Usmanov resisted by Arsenal
The Arsenal board are expected to prove resistant to any attempt by the Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov, the second biggest investor in the club, to underwrite a £100m rights issue when they discuss the matter at a board meeting this week.

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