What the papers say: Wenger dismisses Citeh and hails Wilshere as 'the new Rooney'

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The Sun - Gunners Brit teeth
ARSENAL could face a Battle of Britain clash against Celtic. The Gunners will discover their Champions League play-off opponents in today's draw in Switzerland.

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger insists the Premier League 'big four' could now become a 'top six'
Arsene Wenger believes the 'Big Four' Premier League teams will become the 'top six' this season - and that might not include Manchester City.

ARSENE WENGER last night brushed off fears Arsenal may lose their top-four status by claiming there has only ever been a Premier League top two – the Gunners and Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger last night dubbed teenage ace Jack Wilshere the new Wayne Rooney.

The Times - Patrick Vieira worthy of respect, but not Arsenal contract
Arsene Wenger has spent much of this week mulling over the "possibility" of signing Patrick Vieira from Inter Milan, though it is to be hoped that the thought did not detain him too long.

The Independent - Wenger weighs up Hangeland bid
Arsenal will not be pursuing their interest in the Internazionale midfielder Patrick Vieira, but Arsène Wenger is considering a move for the Fulham defender Brede Hangeland he revealed yesterday. Marouane Chamakh, however, is not an option unless Bordeaux lower their price.

The Daily TelegraphArsene Wenger accuses Manchester City and Real Madrid of 'financial doping'
Arsene Wenger has renewed his criticism of the strategy of some of Arsenal's biggest rivals, accusing Manchester City and Real Madrid of "financial doping".

The Guardian - Jack Wilshere is like a young Wayne Rooney, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has likened his emerging teenage talent Jack Wilshere to a young Wayne Rooney, although the Arsenal manager insisted that supporters should not get carried away and expect too much, too soon from him.

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