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Paper Talk: Wenger set for £70m warchest

Arsenal are preparing to offer Arsene Wenger a two-year contract extension and give him £70million to spend in the summer.

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THE SUN

Arsenal are preparing to offer Arsene Wenger a two-year contract extension.

Neil Warnock is ready to walk away from Leeds.

Noel Hunt wants contract talks with Reading.

DAILY STAR

Roberto Mancini has set his sights on a Premier League fightback.

Southampton will risk losing in-form Jason Puncheon for nothing by stalling on offering the winger a new deal.

DAILY MIRROR

Roy Hodgson has put Celtic defender Kelvin Wilson on standby for his England debut following his Champions League heroics.

Southampton risk losing Jason Puncheon for nothing by stalling on a new deal.

Simon Grayson will become the new boss of League One strugglers Preston today.

DAILY MAIL

Roberto Mancini challenged Sergio Aguero to score the goals wrestle the Barclays Premier League title from favourites Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger held an immediate 45-minute inquest into his Arsenal side's failings after the shock FA Cup defeat by Blackburn in a bid to salvage their season ahead of tomorrow's Champions League tie against Bayern Munich.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsene Wenger has finally snapped, slamming his players after they were dumped out of the FA Cup by Blackburn.

Roberto Mancini saw his side installed as FA Cup favourites last night and insisted he has not given up hope of the Double just yet.

Neil Warnock declared last night he is prepared to stand down as Leeds boss after the FA Cup rout at Manchester City.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Arsenal keep faith in Arsene Wenger and give him £70m to spend in the summer.

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