Paper Talk: Arsene Wenger sitting on £50m of cash

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The Sun

- Arsenal are expected to release figures any day now which will show Arsene Wenger is sitting on at least £50million of cash.

- Former England captain John Terry sensationally quit international football last night.

Daily Mail

- Roberto Mancini was involved in another confrontation with Mario Balotelli after seeing Manchester City pegged back by a late Arsenal equaliser at the Etihad Stadium.

- Liverpool could be without defender Daniel Agger for the rest of the season after he suffered a suspected medial ligament injury.

- Fulham boss Martin Jol is considering another move into the free agent market with the signing of former Bolton midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker.

The Mirror

- Patrice Evra has confirmed there was never a chance he would not shake Luis Suarez's hand at Anfield yesterday.

- Andre Villas-Boas warned Hugo Lloris he faces even more time on the bench after Brad Friedel had a superb match for Tottenham.

- Jonjo Shelvey accused Sir Alex Ferguson of getting him sent off at Anfield yesterday.

The Times

- Nile Ranger, the Newcastle United striker, has been arrested and charged with criminal damage.

- Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers curses ill fortune and says ‘better team lost’ at Anfield.

Other sources…

- Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs has hailed the impact made by new assistant manager Steve Bould in helping the Gunners improve their defensive record this season.

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