What the papers say: Wenger notches 200th Champions League match

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The SunWenger Neyms his top target
ARSENE WENGER admits his dream signing would be Brazilian star Neymar. The £40million-rated Santos ace, 19, is the world's most sought player with Chelsea having already tried to sign him.

The Daily Mirror'Fighter' Frimpong must cool down - Wenger
Emmanuel Frimpong is set for his big Champions League chance - but only after being given a warning by Arsene Wenger.

The Daily Mail - Gotze will stay at Dortmund! Arsenal suffer blow in £30m chase for German starlet
Arsenal have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Mario Gotze after team-mate Kevin Grosskreutz insisted the teenage starlet will see out his contract at Borussia Dortmund.

The Daily ExpressEURO FLOPS WORRYING FOR WENGER 
ARSENE WENGER fears it could be “catastrophic” for English ­football if Arsenal are the country’s only qualifiers for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGERS EURO PARTY IS GUNNER BE SO SPECIAL
ARSENE WENGER wants to celebrate his 200th game in European competition tonight in typical style – with a win.

The IndependentWenger to give youth a spin in Greek cauldron
The freedom in which Arsenal can conclude their Group F campaign at Olympiakos tonight is a measure of their progress from turbulent beginnings this season but Arsène Wenger is nevertheless keen to ensure his team do not arrive in Greece merely to bear gifts.

The GuardianArsenal's Emmanuel Frimpong ready for test of nerve at Olympiakos
In one tweet that derided Samir Nasri over his decision to swap Arsenal for Manchester City, Emmanuel Frimpong did more than forge new linguistic frontiers. Which is a speciality of his, incidentally. The 19-year-old midfield firebrand advertised his streetwise confidence and his refusal to bow to reputations.

The Daily TelegraphArsene Wenger urges Manchester United, City and Chelsea to help avoid Champions League 'catastrophe'
Arsène Wenger has admitted that he will be cheering on his Premier League rivals in Europe this week due to the “catastrophic” potential impact of Arsenal being the only English club to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League.

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