What the papers say: Barca to nab Fab, Gunners patched up and midfield answers

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The Sun - Madness of King Arsene
IT was one of Arsene Wenger’s more bizarre utterances.

The Mirror - William Gallas tells Arsenal team mates: We must fight like soldiers against Manchester United
William Gallas has called on his Arsenal team-mates to fight like "soldiers" and not surrender their title challenge against Manchester United tomorrow.

The Daily Mail - EXCLUSIVE: Walcott set to be fit for Arsenal to face United
Theo Walcott is preparing to hand Arsene Wenger a massive boost by declaring himself fit for tomorrow’s lunchtime showdown at the Emirates with Manchester United.

The Daily Express - BENDTNER BACKS GUNNERS IN UNITED CLASH
Nicklas Bendtner is confident Arsenal can beat Manchester United and prove their Barclays Premier league title chase is back on track.

The Daily Star - WE'LL NAB FAB
Arsenal were last night rocked by the news that Barcelona will do whatever it takes to prise £30m-rated Cesc Fabregas from them.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Mikael Silvestre could still face Manchester United despite broken nose
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted on Thursday that he may have to take a risk with the fitness of defender Mikael Silvestre, against Manchester United at the Emirates on Saturday, after it was confirmed that the Frenchman had broken his nose and suffered cuts during Wednesday night's Champions League draw with Fenerbahce.

The Guardian - Wenger faces injury crisis but no action over outburst
Arsène Wenger is to make late decisions on the fitness of Theo Walcott, William Gallas and Mikaël Silvestre as he faces up to a selection crisis for the pivotal Premier League fixture with Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.

The Times - Five solutions to Wenger's problems
The Enforcer XI: midfield hardmen who would suit Arsenal

The Independent - Wenger patches up Arsenal
Arsene Wenger issued a gloomy bulletin on the fitness of his Arsenal team yesterday and conceded that he might have to select William Gallas, Theo Walcott and Mikaël Silvestre for tomorrow's crucial Premier League match with Manchester United despite the fact that none of them will be fully fit.

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