Wenger revives interest in Wolves striker Doyle

Arsene Wenger is keeping tabs on Wolves striker Kevin Doyle, a report in the Times claims this morning.
The paper says Arsenal are monitoring Doyle as a possible replacement for Nicklas Bendtner, should the Denmark international leave the Emirates. It is clear we need another forward as we will lose Gervinho and Chamakh on the African Cup of nation at the turn of the year.
Meanwhile the Mail says midfielder Samir Nasri is close to joining Man City and claims £23m deal is “nearly done”. The paper also reports that AW could end up in hot water with UEFA after last night’s 01-0 win over Udinese in the first leg of the Cl qualifier at the Emirates.
AW watched from the stands as he served a one-match touchline ban for criticising UEFA and the referee after last season’s controversial quarter-final defeat in Barcelona.
The paper says he communicated by phone during the first half with his staff on the bench via Boro Primorac but UEFA moved in to stop it, claiming it contravened the rules of his ban and saying they would probe his behaviour.
Elsewhere, the Sun claims Nasri insists he did not criticise Arsenal fans on Facebook.  Nasri used Twitter earlier this week to express his disappointment at the abuse dished out to him during the Gunners’ goalless draw with Newcastle.
But he has confirmed he does not use any other social networking sites. He tweeted: “Just to make things clear, I don’t have Facebook so I never said I was leaving with ‘bitterness and anger in my heart’. The guy who said that used a fake account.”

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