What the papers say: Henry back at Arsenal, Wenger hunts for defender

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The SunThierry helps young Gunners
THIERRY HENRY has made a shock return to Arsenal and is coaching the club's strikers. The Gunners legend, 33, arrived at his former club yesterday and will remain with Arsene Wenger's team until January 19, before returning to New York Red Bulls.

The Daily MirrorHenry makes sensational Arsenal comeback
Thierry Henry has made a sensational return to Arsenal. Gunners legend Henry, 33, the club’s record goal scorer, will train with Arsenal for the next fortnight before returning to the US.
 

The Daily Express ARSENE WENGER JUST AS FRUSTRATED AS THE FANS
ARSENAL faced criticism from within their own ranks heading into a week where they attempt to edge closer to ending Arsene Wenger’s six-year trophy drought.

The Daily Star - GOONER THIERRY HENRY IS TRAINING WITH ARSENAL
THIERRY HENRY has been training with Arsenal, sparking suggestions he could rejoin the club on a short-term loan.

The Guardian - Arsenal's stiff display brings Arsène Wenger his 'second worst wish'
At times Arsenal in their cups have been intoxicating, as Arsène Wenger has used these occasions to demonstrate the qualities of his emerging players. But in struggling to force a replay against Leeds United, a home team that initially showed nine changes from the side who had shared a scoreless Premier League encounter with Manchester City three nights earlier merely reminded us why reserves used to be known as "the stiffs".

The Daily TelegraphArsenal may be forced to buy defensive cover in January transfer window, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger has admitted he may be forced into buying a defender in the January transfer window after Arsenal's backline woes suffered a further setback at the weekend when Sebastien Squillaci picked up what has been described as a "serious hamstring injury".

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