What the papers say: Mancini says he may match Wenger with youngsters

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The Sun - Arsenal to blood youngsters against Manchester City
ARSENAL boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will rest a number of his regular first team stars against Manchester City.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal tracking £20m Germany striker
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has stepped up his interest in Germany striker Lukas Podolski.

The Daily Mail - Wenger plays down Nasri's return as Arsenal manager eyes Carling Cup glory
Arsene Wenger feels Arsenal should not make their Carling Cup quarter-final all about the return of Samir Nasri.

The Daily Express - WENGER FIRES WARNING TO CITY 
Arsene Wenger has warned Manchester City their biggest tests are yet to come as Arsenal look to knock the Barclays Premier League leaders out of the Carling Cup.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL STRIKER CHAMAKH'S IN LAST CHANCE SALOON
MAROUNE CHAMAKH has been handed the chance to prove he has an Arsenal future.

The Independent - Mancini threat to play kids in anger at Cup schedule
Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, has launched an extraordinary attack on the Carling Cup scheduling which sees his club face Arsenal tonight – 48 hours after their match at Liverpool – declaring that "this is the reason why the national team arrive for European Championships, World Cups and they are dying. The players don't have time to recover."

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger hopes Arsenal can prove him right over Owen Hargreaves
Arsène Wenger considered a move for Owen Hargreaves in the summer only to decide that his existing defensive midfield options were sufficiently strong.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal midfielder Andrei Arshavin warns manager Arsène Wenger he may leave club if 'glued to the bench'
Andrei Arshavin, the Arsenal midfielder, has said that he would consider leaving the Emirates if the Russia international is "benched for a very long time".

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