What the papers say: Arsenal target Chelsea star

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The Sun - Kalou will do for Arsene
ARSENAL are on the verge of signing Salomon Kalou from Chelsea. The Gunners have offered £6million for the 28-year-old Ivory Coast striker - but the Blues are insisting on £8m.

The Daily Mirror - Tomas Rosicky tells Adebayor and Toure Arsenal will be winners
Tomas Rosicky rounded on Arsenal’s old boys last night and told them: ‘You’ve left a side full of winners’.

The Daily Mail - France coach Raymond Domenech tells Patrick Vieira to sort out future after dropping Arsenal and Tottenham target
Patrick Vieira has been dropped from the France squad and told by coach Raymond Domenech to sort out his future if he is to fulfil his dream of playing in the World Cup finals.

The Swiss Football Federation on Monday night claimed international defender Philippe Senderos has agreed a move from Arsenal to Everton.

TOMAS ROSICKY has hit back at former team-mate Kolo Toure by claiming Arsenal still have hold of ALL their best players.

The Independent - Wenger ready for Arsenal revolution
Arsene Wenger is considering changing to a 4-3-3 formation this season to accommodate his young attacking talents in what would be a radical departure from the Arsenal manager's usual 4-4-2 system. Wenger used the 4-3-3 formation in the weekend's two Emirates Cup games and has worked extensively with the players on that style during pre-season in Austria.

The Telegraph - Stuart Pearce set to promote Arsenal's Jack Wilshere to England Under-21 squad
Stuart Pearce is expected to promote Jack Wilshere into the England Under-21 set-up when he announces his squad on Wednesday for the match against Holland next Tuesday.

The Guardian - Premier League preview No1: Arsenal
A top-four finish is far from guaranteed but Arsène Wenger feels a new formation, rather than new players, will elevate his team

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