What the papers say: Arsene Wenger reveals Champions League is Arsenal's priority

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The Sun Wenger: Bhoys bigger than Utd
ARSENE WENGER has dubbed Arsenal's European tussle against Celtic tonight BIGGER than the game at Manchester United on Saturday. 

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Celtic game is much more important than Manchester United
Arsene Wenger admits his side's Champions League qualifier is more important than Saturday’s clash at Manchester United. Wenger says the prestige and £30m prize on offer for reaching the Champions League Group stages is more important than a showdown with Arsenal's title rivals at this early stage of the season.

The Daily Mail - Bhoys can bully Wenger purists, insists upbeat Caldwell ahead of crunch clash
Gary Caldwell is confident Celtic can expose Arsenal's soft centre in the Champions League play-off decider at the Emirates on Wednesday night.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger maintains his young Gunners can cope without injured captain Cesc Fabregas against Celtic on Wednesday night and secure a place in the lucrative group stage of the Champions League.

ARSENE Wenger claims Arsenal only have one make-or-break match this week – and it’s not against Manchester United.

The Times - Arsene Wenger keeps focus on Champions League
The Champions League play-off round match against Celtic tonight is more important to Arsenal than the Barclays Premier League showdown away to Manchester United on Saturday, according to Arsène Wenger.

The Independent - Forget Old Trafford, Wenger tells squad
The trip to Old Trafford is only three days' away but Arsène Wenger has told his players their game with Celtic tonight is far more important than the league match with Manchester United.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal v Celtic: Cesc Fabregas to miss Champions League play off with injury
Cesc Fabregas has been ruled out of Arsenal's Champions League second leg play-off against Celtic, but could still be fit to face Manchester United at the weekend, while Tomas Rosicky has also returned to training.

The Guardian - Celtic is key, says Arsène Wenger, with an eye on Manchester United
Arsène Wenger offered up a headline-seeking soundbite yesterday as he addressed the delicate issue of how to prepare his team for two tests that come in quick succession. After tonight's Champions League play-off second-leg against Celtic at the Emirates, in which Arsenal hold a 2-0 aggregate lead, comes the 5.15pm Premier League match at Manchester United on Saturday.

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