What the papers say: Teenager Wilshere humiliates Scottish champions Rangers

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The Sun - Vieira deal is closer
ARSENE WENGER will this week look to complete the signing of Patrick Vieira. And Arsenal boss Wenger admits that would see him break his own transfer rules. 

The Daily Mail - Jack Wilshere is starting to come of age after starring role in Emirates Cup win
Arsene Wenger had pointed to a wealth of attacking options as the reason he could afford to accept Manchester City's £25million bid for Emmanuel Adebayor.

The Daily Express - WENGER’S VIEIRA U-TURN
ARSENE WENGER declared “never say never” last night as he moved even closer to making a major player policy U-turn to clinch the signature of former skipper Patrick Vieira.

The Daily Star - WENG KID'S GUNNER BE CLASS
ARSENE WENGER has tipped Jack Wilshere to seize his big chance to become a Premier League star this season.

The TimesJack Wilshere grabs the chance to impress Arsene Wenger
In each season before the finals of a World Cup, any home-grown player who has half a decent game can expect to be touted for a place in the England squad. Before the new campaign has even started, Jack Wilshere, the Arsenal tyro, has been elevated to the status of a possible candidate to play in South Africa next year.

The Independent - Wilshere 'can play in World Cup'
Arsène Wenger said yesterday that it would not be impossible for Jack Wilshere to make a serious bid to get in England's World Cup squad next summer after the 17-year-old scored two goals against Rangers in front of the watching Fabio Capello. The teenager was voted man of the match for the second time in as many days as Arsenal beat the Scottish champions 3-0.

The Telegraph - Rangers given 'sharp reminder' about European football with Arsenal defeat
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, had appeared rather dismissive when, ahead of Sunday's pre-season friendly against Rangers, he was asked by a Scottish journalist why he had never signed a player from the SPL. "That is your fault, not my fault," he said.

The Guardian - Jack Wilshere's precocity may make Arsène Wenger think twice about Vieira
Arsène Wenger will, over the coming days, turn his thoughts as to whether he can offer Patrick Vieira a short-term contract at Arsenal and he remains optimistic that a deal can be struck for his former captain and one-time midfield inspiration.

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