What the papers say: Cashley Cole hopes Man City finish ahead of Arsenal

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The Sun - Ash: City will outgun Arsenal!
ASHLEY COLE has backed big spenders Manchester City to break into the Premier League's top four. And the Chelsea left-back even joked that it could be his old club Arsenal who suffer as a result.

The Daily Mirror - WENGER WAITS
Arsene Wenger is hoping desperately for Croatian striker Eduardo's quick return now Samir Nasri has broken his leg.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal nightmare: Wenger confirms Eduardo is joining Samir Nasri on injury list
Arsene Wenger has revealed that Eduardo da Silva will miss the start of the season after undergoing more surgery on the leg he broke at Birmingham 17 months ago.

ARSENAL will be vying for a unique football first on Sunday week when the winners of the Emirates Cup could be decided by the team with most shots on target.

ARSENAL have been rocked by the news Samir Nasri will be out until Christmas with a broken leg.

The Independent - Hleb eyes Barcelona exit
The agent of Barcelona winger Alex Hleb has confirmed that his client would relish the chance to move to Italy to join Serie A champions Internazionale.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal receive injury boost over Samir Nasri
Arsenal have received a far more positive prognosis over Samir Nasri's broken leg, with manager Arsene Wenger now estimating that the France midfielder's recovery will take just six weeks.

Guardian - Arsenal hopeful of earlier return for Samir Nasri
The Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger, is hopeful that Samir Nasri will be out for as little as six weeks after breaking his leg. The 22-year-old suffered the injury yesterday on the first day of Arsenal's pre-season training camp in Austria and was initially expected to miss up to three months.

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