What the papers say: Wenger predicts final twist in Henry fairy tale

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The SunWenger hails Henry before final fling
THIERRY HENRY says 'adieu' to Arsenal tonight with Arsene Wenger convinced there is still one last twist in the striker's remarkable story.

The Daily MirrorWenger fires up Arsenal for a vital week
Arsene Wenger has urged his Arsenal players to set the Champions League ablaze - and turn up the heat on Chelsea.

The Daily Mail - Time for final hooray Henry: Talisman Thierry looking to sign off a San Siro hero
Arsene Wenger crossed the Alps and descended upon Italy on Tuesday night with Hannibal on his mind. Not the Roman one with the elephants or the cannibal for that matter but the fella from The A-Team, the one who loves it when a plan comes together.

The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER STILL FEELS HEAT
ARSENE WENGER has admitted the heat could be back on him if Arsenal mess up in Milan tonight.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER’S FURY IN PITCH BATTLE
ARSENE WENGER last night blasted Milan over the state of the San Siro pitch.

The IndependentWenger: We can become the kings of Europe
Arsène Wenger said last night that his Arsenal team can still win the Champions League as they prepare to face Milan at San Siro tonight in the first knockout round with this and the FA Cup their only realistic hope of a first trophy since 2005.

The GuardianArsène Wenger hopes Arsenal can pile pressure on Chelsea in key week
Arsène Wenger believes that Arsenal can make a statement of intent against Milan in the Champions League which could in turn raise the temperature at their Premier League rivals Chelsea.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal are predictable, weak and lacking a winning mentality, says Dennis Bergkamp, ahead of Milan clash
The first time I met Dennis Bergkamp he was heading the other way. Forced to retire with a knee injury in the summer of 1995, I popped into the Arsenal training ground on the first day of pre-season to say my goodbyes.

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