What the papers say: Pressure increases on Arsenal to spend after Nasri breaks his leg

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The Sun - SC Columbia 1 Arsenal 7
IF every game in Europe this season goes as well as this one, that elusive Champions League trophy might finally make it into Arsene Wenger's grasp.

The Daily Mirror - Samir Nasri out for three months with a broken leg
Arsenal's pre-season preparations has suffered a major blow with midfielder Samir Nasri breaking his leg.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal cruise in Austria but Samir Nasri's injury is a pain for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger
Arsenal's Samir Nasri will miss at least the first two months of the new Barclays Premier League season after breaking his right leg during a training session in Austria.

The Daily Express - NASRI OUT FOR UP TO THREE MONTHS
ARSENE WENGER’S plans for the new season suffered a massive blow yesterday when midfielder Samir Nasri was ruled out for three months after breaking his leg.

The Times - Samir Nasri out until October with broken leg
The 22-year-old Arsenal and France midfield player is set to miss three months after he fractured a fibula in training.

The Independent - Broken leg rules out Nasri for up to three months
Arsenal's pre-season preparations have suffered a major blow with their midfielder Samir Nasri breaking a leg. The France international suffered a fractured right fibula during yesterday morning's practice session at Arsenal's Austrian training camp.

The Guardian - Arsenal's suffer serious blow as Samir Nasri breaks his leg in training
Arsène Wenger's preparations for the new season suffered a blow last night when it emerged that Samir Nasri will be ruled out for up to three months after suffering a fractured fibula during training yesterday. The incident occurred at Arsenal's training camp in Austria and, in the wake of Emmanuel Adebayor's move to Manchester City, will place Wenger under further pressure to bring in more new faces before the start of the new campaign.

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