What the papers say: Arsenal leapfrog Chelsea in rich list

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The Sun - Gunners blast Blues in rich list
ARSENAL have overtaken Chelsea in the 'rich list' of European clubs - while Manchester United are down to third behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Daily Mirror - Alexander Hleb desperate for Premier League return
Former Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb is desperate to return to the Premier League - and has put Manchester City and Aston Villa on red alert.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal leapfrog Roman Abramovic's Chelsea in football's 'rich list' while Manchester United toppled by Spanish giantsArsenal have overtaken Chelsea in the 'rich list' of European clubs while Manchester United have dropped to third place behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Times - Aaron Ramsey in 'good spirits' after horror injury
Aaron Ramsey is in "surprisingly good spirits" after his horror injury at the weekend, according to John Toshack, the Wales manager.

The Independent - Real become first club to record €400m revenue
Arsenal have overtaken Chelsea in the "rich list" of European clubs while Manchester United have dropped into third place with Barcelona taking their place in second behind their Spanish rivals Real Madrid.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis believes Arsène Wenger is key to prolonged success
Ivan Gazidis has good reason to feel optimistic. Off the pitch Arsenal have just posted half-yearly profits of £35.2 million, and on it they have moved to within three points of Chelsea at the top of the Premier League.

The Guardian - Has roughing up Arsenal become part of the plan?
Not for the first time Arsène Wenger finds himself at the heated centre of a debate about aggression and modern football. On one side stand those who believe occasional broken bones remain an unfortunate but inevitable by-product of the game's enduring appeal as a contact sport. Across the divide, there are others, Wenger included, who feel the extreme pace of 21st-century football demands increased cleansing and rule tightening.

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