What the papers say: Wenger eyes defender, talks about booze and backs Sol

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The Sun - Arsenal eye Cesar the Geezer
ARSENAL are preparing a £2million bid for Osasuna full-back Cesar Azpilicueta

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger: I gained my psychological education in the pub
Arsene Wenger last night revealed the secret of his managerial success - growing up in a boozer!

The Daily Mail - Sol will shine again: Campbell's got Premier League class, claims Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger has revealed he was not surprised to see Sol Campbell walk out on Notts County, but backed the former Arsenal defender to salvage his career.

ARSENE WENGER says he could not contemplate life without football and does not believe in retirement as he approaches a landmark 60th birthday next month.

ARSENE Wenger has revealed the secret of his success – growing up in a pub!

The Times Arsene Wenger backs Sol Campbell’s choice to walk away
Arsène Wenger has defended Sol Campbell’s decision to leave Notts County after one match.

The Independent - Wenger: We'll have last laugh on Manchester
His team may have come away without points from successive trips to Manchester but Arsène Wenger yesterday claimed the matches against United and City convinced him that Arsenal are better than either rival.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Arsène Wenger reacts angrily to Bordeaux claims over Marouane Chamakh
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has reacted angrily to claims he unsettled Marouane Chamakh and has challenged Bordeaux president Jean-Louis Triaud to a public meeting over his allegations.

The Guardian - I owe everything to growing up above a pub, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger is often held up as a continental sophisticate, the consummate leader of men, but the Arsenal manager has revealed that his approach owes everything to his growing up above a pub.

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