What the papers say: Wenger to make two early summer signings

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The Sun - Arsene in World of his own
ARSENE WENGER insists he will not buy a player after the World Cup just because they are a hit in South Africa.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger wants squad settled early
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger intends to have his summer transfer business concluded sooner rather than later - and has warned it would be "dangerous" to buy a player just because they are a hit at the World Cup.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal urged to sign 'new Patrick Vieira' Steven N'Zonzi and Blackburn teen Phil Jones
Arsene Wenger’s head talent spotter, Steve Rowley, ran the rule over summer targets Phil Jones and Steven N’Zonzi while scouting Sam Allardyce’s side ahead of Arsenal’s trip to Ewood Park on Monday.

The Independent - Wenger prepares to make two early signings
Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, intends to have his summer transfer business concluded sooner rather than later and has warned it would be "dangerous" to buy a player just because they are a hit at the World Cup.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger refuses to bolster Arsenal squad with World Cup stars
Arsène Wenger's reluctance to be rushed into spending Arsenal's millions on fresh talent will extend to the World Cup with the Gunners manager insisting he will not be tempted to buy players who make an impact during the tournament.

The Daily Telegraph - Andrei Arshavin happy to remain at Arsenal despite lack of silverware
Andrei Arshavin's agent has outlined the Russian's deep disappointment at Arsenal's failure to win a trophy but said that it would take something "extraordinarily dramatic" for him not to end his career at the Emirates.

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