What the papers say: Wenger derides Citeh's attempts to buy the title

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The SunWenger: Why I couldn’t boss City
ARSENE WENGER last night revealed why he could never be Manchester City boss.

The Daily MirrorWenger: I'll never try to buy the title
Arsene Wenger insists he could never manage a club like Manchester City as the Eastlands side prepare to welcome £30million Edin Dzeko.

The Daily MailValencia set to hijack Bolton move for Arsenal starlet Carlos Vela
Bolton face competition from Valencia for the loan signing of Arsenal striker Carlos Vela. Valencia vice president Javier Gomez flew into London yesterday to try and secure a switch for the Mexican.

MANCHESTER CITY’S warring players were at it again ­yesterday when Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Toure had to be pulled apart after a ­training-ground brawl.

The Independent - Wenger: City's pockets are so deep that signing £27m Dzeko is not a risk
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, said yesterday that Manchester City are engaging in risk-free transfer spending ahead of tonight's match at the Emirates Stadium between the two teams. City are close to signing Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko, having agreed a £27m fee with Wolfsburg, and Wenger claimed that while the fee would be a gamble for other clubs, City's wealth means that it is a safe move for them.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger silent on Manchester City offer but criticises spending
Arsène Wenger's autobiography would be a guaranteed bestseller. For the umpteenth time, the Arsenal manager today reined himself in just as he looked set to spill the beans. Regular Wenger watchers have grown accustomed to his promise to "tell you another day".

The Daily TelegraphKolo Toure and Emmanuel Adebayor fight during latest training ground bust-up at Manchester City
At least Roberto Mancini cannot accuse his Manchester City players of lacking fighting spirit as they attempt to end the club’s 35-year wait for success.

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