What the papers say: Arsenal target giant Ivorian striker

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The Sun - Emirates in vow to Gunners
ARSENAL'S shirt and stadium sponsors Emirates insist they will honour their 15-year £100million deal.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal tracking Ivorian striker dubbed 'The New Adebayor'
Arsene Wenger is tracking giant CFR Cluj striker Lacine Traore - dubbed 'The New Adebayor'. The 6ft 8in Ivory Coast marksman has made a huge impression in Romania and is understood to be on the radar of Arsenal boss Wenger.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger weighs up replacement for injured striker Nicklas Bendtner
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits he will have to sign a new striker if Nicklas Bendtner fails to recover from a groin injury quick enough.


THE name may still be unrepeatable around the Emirates, but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is mulling over a move for the teenager dubbed ‘the new Emmanuel Adebayor’.

The Times - Bolton fans furious at Arsenal’s late call
Bolton Wanderers supporters criticised Arsenal for “ignoring” the weather forecast after the postponement of their Barclays Premier League match yesterday evening.

The Independent - Snow leaves Arsenal facing match logjam in title run-in
Arsenal's fixture programme has become so congested after the snow-enforced postponement of last night's Premier League game against Bolton Wanderers that even league officials cannot pinpoint a date when the game will be played – and admit that scheduling it will be dependent on the club's Champions League progress.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's problems begin to mount after postponement of Bolton match
Like the snow that gathered around the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday afternoon, the problems are piling up for Arsène Wenger. The weather may have temporarily thwarted his assault on the Premier League summit, but more terminal roadblocks lie in store.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger of Arsenal disappointed by postponement of Bolton match
Arsène Wenger and his Arsenal players were left frustrated today as the club's Premier League fixture with Bolton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium was called off, a little before 4pm. Wenger was eager for the game to go ahead, reasoning that there could not have been a better time to face Bolton, who are without a manager following the sacking of Gary Megson.

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