What the papers say: Arsenal face big four opposition for transfer targets

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The Sun - Mannone pens new Arsenal deal
ROOKIE keeper Vito Mannone has signed a new long-term deal with Arsenal.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger aiming to prove you can win things with kids
Arsene Wenger has revealed he deliberately decided to build his team around his kids five years ago because he could not compete with Chelsea's millions.

The Daily Mail - Senderos ready to Phil gaps in Everton defence: On-loan Arsenal defender thrilled by Goodison Park switch
New Everton loan signing Philippe Senderos knows he has a challenge to break into the side but believes he can fulfil his 'high hopes'. 

ARSENAL will revive their interest in Holland striker Klass Jan-Huntelaar this week - but only if the price is right.

The Independent - Ferguson joins battle to capture Smalling
Manchester United have expressed an interest in the Fulham defender Chris Smalling, whose remarkable rise from non-League football now looks likely to continue with a battle for his signature between two of the biggest clubs in English football.

The Guardian - William Gallas has been pushed to the limit, admits Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has admitted that William Gallas has been pressed through the pain of a muscular problem on a number of occasions in recent weeks and the central defender has been fortunate to avoid a serious injury.

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