What the papers say:Arsenal face takeover turmoil

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The Sun - Gunners face takeover fear
ARSENAL could face a takeover bid after a major shareholder left the Gunners’ board last night.

The Mirror - Arsenal exclusive: Boardroom split leaves Gunners vulnerable to takeover
Arsenal's future was plunged into uncertainty last night - after a boardroom split opened the way for a hostile takeover.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal set for £5m windfall when Pompey's Lassana Diarra joins Real Madrid
Arsenal are set to make around £5million when Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra completes his £20m move to Real Madrid.

ARSENE WENGER has accused the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City of trying to cheat their way to glory.

Arsenal’s long-term ownership was thrown into doubt last night after they were made vulnerable to an aggressive takeover bid.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's boardroom bombshell
Arsenal's future ownership was plunged into fresh doubt on Wednesday night when it emerged that Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith and Richard Carr, who between them own more than 20 per cent of the company's shares, have left the board of Arsenal Holdings plc.

The Guardian - Arsenal stake up for grabs after director's surprise departure
Arsenal's boardroom last night suffered its second fracture in less than two years, casting fresh uncertainty over the club's future ownership.

The Times - William Gallas faces end of the road at Arsenal
William Gallas wants to leave Arsenal. The France defender has become disillusioned with life at the Emirates Stadium since he was stripped of the captaincy last month for criticising his team-mates.

The Independent - Test of nerve to come for Eduardo
Arsene Wenger feels the biggest test for Eduardo will be overcoming the "psychological hurdle" as he fights towards a first-team comeback after almost a year out with a broken leg.

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