What the papers say: Vermaelen OK, but Campbell says bring on Rooney

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The Sun - Andrey: Wenger flak is bit Arsh
ANDREY ARSHAVIN has defended Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger over his claims that Aston Villa are a long-ball side.

The Daily Mirror - Pressure grows for Arsene Wenger to make signings
Arsene Wenger is coming under pressure to make a last-ditch signing. Gunners boss Wenger has just three days left and has resisted moving into the transfer market even though the board have told him there is money to spend.

The Daily Mail - ‘I'm good enough to be Arsenal's top striker,' crows fit again Nicklas Bendtner
Nicklas Bendtner’s three-month injury lay-off has not sapped his reserves of confidence, with the Denmark star now aiming to establish himself as Arsenal's top forward.

The Daily Express - SOL CAMPBELL'S GOT THE FIRE TO TACKLE WAYNE ROONEY
SOL Campbell is ready to step into Arsenal’s Premier League title showdown against Manchester United on Sunday and take on Wayne Rooney.

The Daily Star - SOL CAMPBELL: WAYNE ROONEY DOESN'T SCARE ME
RING-rusty veteran Sol Campbell insists he isrelishing the prospect of shackling Wayne Rooney this weekend.

The Times - Vermaelen relief after injury fear allayed
Arsenal's injury fears over Thomas Vermaelen have been allayed after scans revealed he has not broken his leg.

The Independent - Campbell faces challenge of taming 'dangerous' Rooney
The wisdom of Arsène Wenger's decision to revive Sol Campbell's Arsenal career at the age of 35 will be put to an immediate test with the former England defender set to make his first Premier League start of the season against Manchester United on Sunday.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal given injury boost after Thomas Vermaelen broken leg fears ease
Arsenal received a rare injury boost on Thursday when a scan showed Thomas Vermaelen had not broken his leg and may only miss Sunday's Premier League game with Manchester United. 

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