What the papers say: Hull more important than Madrid for Wenger

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The Sun No bad blood with Tigers
ARSENE WENGER claims there will be no "bad blood" when Arsenal head to relegation-threatened Hull on Saturday. 

The Daily Mirror - Wenger tells Madrid: 'Leave me alone'
Arsene Wenger has told Real Madrid not to bother with their annual bid to poach him from Arsenal, warning: “Leave me alone.”

The Daily Mail - Arsene Wenger determined to keep Roma target William Gallas as Arsenal boss plans fresh contract talks
Arsene Wenger will sit down next week with William Gallas in an attempt to thrash out a new contract.

WHAT Nicklas Bendtner may lack in front of goal, he certainly makes up for in self-confidence. But a bit of humility would help the striker prove he is as good as he thinks he is.

The Times - Arsene Wenger dismisses suggestions of summer move to Real Madrid
Arsène Wenger gave an unreserved assurance on Thursday night that he would not leave for Real Madrid this summer.

The Independent - Wenger rules himself out of Real job
Arsene Wenger said yesterday that he would not be tempted to leave Arsenal to take over at Real Madrid next season following their elimination from the Champions League that may see coach Manuel Pellegrini fired at the end of the season.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger not interested in Real Madrid move
Arsène Wenger has pledged his future to Arsenal, even if Real Madrid do again come calling this summer following yet another Champions League failure.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger warns Real not to call after Champions League exit
Arsène Wenger has told Real Madrid to forget about making an approach for him in the summer if, as expected, they part company with their coach, Manuel Pellegrini. Florentino Pérez, the Real president, tried to entice Wenger from Arsenal last summer, as he embarked upon his second galácticos project at the Bernabéu, only to be rebuffed, and Wenger said that any renewed attempt would meet with the same result.

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