What the papers say: Will Wenger get war chest from silent Stan?

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The Sun£40m... now go spend it
STAN KROENKE hopes to complete his £500million takeover at Arsenal - and immediately urge Arsene Wenger to increase his transfer spending.

The Daily Mirror - Kroenke plans to change Wenger's spendthrift ways
Arsene Wenger has been promised a huge transfer budget by new owner Stan Kroenke – and he will be told to use it and win trophies.

The Daily MailArsenal's Van Persie and Diaby embroiled in blazing dressing room bust-up at Blackpool
Robin van Persie and Abou Diaby were involved in a half-time bust-up during Arsenal's win over Blackpool on Sunday.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL’S FIGHT CLUB
ARSENE WENGER’S call for his team to fight for the title was taken literally, as Robin van Persie and Abou Diaby had a bust-up.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER'S WELCOME FOR YANK STAN
ARSENE WENGER yesterday welcomed the takeover of Arsenal by American billionaire Stan Kroenke.

The Independent - What does the Kroenke deal mean for Arsenal?
American billionaire Stan Kroenke yesterday took control of Arsenal, buying 62.89 per cent of the club after securing a deal to purchase the shares of Danny Fiszman (17 per cent) and Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith (16 per cent).

The GuardianStan Kroenke could use Arsenal cash to fund takeover
Stan Kroenke launched his bid for full control of Arsenal in a deal valuing them at £731m but there is nothing in the agreement to prevent him using the club's own cash to pay for it.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal takeover: Alisher Usmanov failed with two late offers to stop Stan Kroenke taking control of the club
Alisher Usmanov, Arsenal’s second largest share-holder, failed with two dramatic late offers on Sunday night to prevent Stan Kroenke from taking control of Arsenal.

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