What the papers say: Arsenal's young squad is mature enough to win league, says Wenger

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The Sun Wenger: My kids can win the title
ARSENE WENGER insists he can win the title again with Arsenal - and that is why he turned down Real Madrid. 

The Daily Mirror - Vermaelen: Let me start for Arsenal
Thomas Vermaelen intends to stay one step ahead of the game at the heart of the Arsenal defence this season. The Belgian centre-back - so far Arsene Wenger's only summer signing - is hopeful of recovering from a groin problem to make his full debut in Saturday's Barclays Premier League opener at Everton.

The Daily Mail - Yes, I do see things and say I didn't ... to protect my players: Welcome to the world of Arsene Wenger
Even the most brilliant mathematic minds concede there is a stage in the explanation of life on earth where the sheer improbability of it all forces cold rationality and theology into a skirmish.

The Daily Express - BENDTNER TO CHANGE SHIRT NUMBER
NICKLAS BENDTNER’S belief that he is twice the man he used to be when it comes to his shirt number could set him back a few thousand pounds – but dozens of Arsenal fans will be out of pocket too.

The Times - Who is Arsène Wenger? Frenchman reveals answer
If, as we are often told, football is poetry, there is one club who have embodied that ideal, taken it farther, elaborated it more powerfully, than any other.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal hit by triple injury blow on eve of new Premier League season
Theo Walcott will miss Arsenal's first Premier League match of the season against Everton on Saturday, after Arsène Wenger's young squad suffered a triple injury blow.

The GuardianWe are mature enough to win title, says Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger believes this is the season that will determine whether his youth project at Arsenal is a success. The manager said yesterday that his current side – which finished fourth last season, 18 points behind the champions Manchester United – is ready to win the Premier League.

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