Hogwash alert: Wenger's off to Madrid...

Congratulations to Rob Shepherd for today’s most fanciful tale suggesting that Arsene Wenger will leave the Arsenal for Real Madrid if Alisher Usmanov takes over at the Emirates.
In the News of the World he ‘reports’:  I understand Wenger has made it plain to the Gunners board he will not work under Usmanov and would move to Real Madrid instead.
And that is one of the reasons behind Stan Kroenke’s stealthy takeover at the Emirates. The American billionaire has taken his stake in the club to just less than the 30 per cent needed to spark a takeover bid, leaving Usmanov puzzled at his motives.
However, senior Arsenal sources believe Kroenke’s attempt to push Usmanov out of the picture is to help protect Wenger’s position.
The Gunners boss has no interest in the lavish promises Usmanov has made in an attempt to win his battle for power. The Russian has said that if his Red and White group seizes control of the club he would inject over £100 million to strengthen the Arsenal squad.
And they print this shite!
Meanwhile, we are set to offer £6million for Wolfsburg playmaker Zvjezdan Misimovic, reports the News of the World again.
But the German champions have already made it clear that it will take twice that amount to prise away their Bosnian star.
The midfielder, 27, has already scored six goals for his club this season and AW is also a big fan of his passing and technical ability, claims the paper.
However the price remains a stumbling block. Wenger has already seen summer target Marouane Chamakh slip through his fingers because he refused to meet Bordeaux’s valuation of the striker.
A word for the most bitter and obvious T******** fan from the Mail on Sunday, a chap named Daniel King, who writes: Don’t believe the hype. The result may have matched pre-match predictions and moved Arsenal into second place while leaving Wolves in the bottom three, but the winners were nothing like as good as the scoreline suggested, nor the losers anything like as bad.
It took own goals by Ronald Zubar and Jody Craddock, both blameless after being let down by colleagues, to set Arsenal on their way after Wolves had taken the game to their lacklustre guests.
A brilliant third by Cesc Fabregas in first half stoppage time was the only glimpse of the brilliance Arsene Wenger’s team had displayed in previous weeks, but it was more than enough to make the second half akin to a training exercise in which Andrey Arshavin gave Wolves one more kick in the teeth.
Last word goes to the Observer which points out that the glorious Gunners have notched 36 goals from 11 Premier League games will do for now. “That’s not a coincidence,” said Wenger, reflecting on Arsenal’s attacking prowess. “We are in a strong position [in the League]. Let’s strengthen our belief and keep our humility.”
McCarthy and his players have plenty of the latter and there is enough determination in the Wolves side to believe that they can make a decent fist of survival. They will, however, have to stop handing out presents to the opposition. “I thought we were great for 30 minutes, but mistakes have cost us,” said McCarthy. “We were masters of our own downfall, that’s for sure. But our season will not be judged by games against Arsenal.”
Neither will we, Mick…

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