What the papers say: Wenger fears Arsenal have run out of gas

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The Sun - Arsenal 1 Fulham 1
ARSENE WENGER fears Arsenal's fight to haul themselves back into the title race has left his stars running on empty.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal plot move for 'the Romanian Messi'
Udinese star Gabriel Torje is wanted by Arsenal — but the Italian club will look for at least £20m for the man nicknamed the ‘Romanian Messi’.

The Daily Mail - Eduardo facing financial meltdown as former agent demands payment
Former Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva faces having his house and car seized in Croatia over a legal dispute with his former agent.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL 1 - FULHAM 1: ROBIN VAN PERSIE'S TANK IS EMPTY 
ARSENAL’S bad start to the season is still haunting them, both in terms of the distance between themselves and Manchester City and the toll on their key players as they try to catch up.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL 1 FULHAM 1: ARSENE WENGER'S IN DREAD ZONE
ARSENE WENGER fears ­Arsenal’s season could fall apart because some of his players are already lurching into the red.

The Independent - Wenger's tank running dry as he tries to stay in the fast lane
Never change a winning team, they say – but that piece of received footballing wisdom was coined before the invention of the Champions League group stages, and Arsenal were arguably the victims of their own success on Saturday.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger admits to fitness fears as Arsenal limp to Fulham draw
Arsène Wenger admitted that the pounding in his temples was more than just a European hangover. The Arsenal manager, who ascribed a blunt performance to the rigours of the Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund last Wednesday, suggested that his key offensive personnel were on the brink of injury breakdowns.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger concerned over condition of Robin van Persie following Fulham draw
Another small dent has been inflicted on Arsenal’s hopes of a top-four finish, but it is the collateral damage to key members of the squad that could yet be of greatest significance.

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