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£70m AND TWO MORE YEARS?
Before we start, we would like to make it clear, as many Gooners will tell you, that we've been here before. More or less every time there is an adverse result for Arsenal, stories such as the ones you're about to read appear in the papers. So take it how you like.
Here we go. Firstly, The Sun reports that, despite another season of relative failure, Arsene Wenger will be given a new two-year contract at Arsenal.
The paper claims Wenger will be offered the new deal which will extend his stay at the club beyond the end of his current contract, which expires in 2014.
And furthermore, The Daily Telegraph reports that Wenger will be given a whopping £70million to spend in the summer.
The paper claims that the money will partly come from a new, front-loaded shirt sponsorship deal with Emirates, and a new kit deal with either Nike or Adidas.
And more importantly, the paper names some names, even though they are ones you've seen before.
The paper claims Étienne Capoue and Stevan Jovetic are being 'watched regularly', while a new goalkeeper and a right-back are both a priority.
They report: 'There is a growing sense that Szczesny could benefit from more experience alongside him and a spell out of the first-team, with Wenger interested in Pepe Reina, Victor Valdes and Asmir Begovic.'
JOSE TO PSG?
So, everyone knows that Jose Mourinho will be leaving Real Madrid in the summer, but not everyone knows where he'll be going.
And despite Mourinho himself saying that his next move will be to England, The Daily Mail suggests that he could go to Paris.
The paper quotes him as telling Canal +: "It's a possibility but I do not know when. I can not say when. Why not!"
WILL WARNOCK GO?
So, will Neil Warnock leave Leeds? According to the man himself, it's quite likely, if they don't get promoted this season.
"I'm living away from home for one last year at promotion," he said. "I'm sure the club will be sensible and in a couple of years they will be back in the big time.
"It's their prerogative (if they want to sack him), if they think it will help, I'm not against it. Whatever is best for Leeds United. But with what's gone on over the last 12 months I think I deserve a medal."