What the papers say: Cesc out til March, Usmanov concerned by upheaval and Ade rants

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The Sun - Fabregas out for three months
CESC FABREGAS is out of action for at least three months.

Cesc Fabregas fears he could be out for three months - and that has prompted Arsenal to make a dramatic move to sign Andrei Arshavin.

The Daily Mail - Referee Howard Webb let Liverpool kick us, storms Arsenal's Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor has accused referee Howard Webb of failing to protect Arsenal’s attacking players during Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool.


The Times - Takeover bid at Arsenal not on my agenda, says Alisher Usmanov
Alisher Usmanov said last night that he has no immediate plans to increase his 24.9 per cent stake in Arsenal, but the Russian billionaire is deeply concerned about the recent boardroom upheaval at the Emirates Stadium.

The Independent - Zenit dangle £20m Arshavin in front of Arsenal
Zenit St Petersburg are optimistic that Arsenal will make a club record bid for Andrei Arshavin in the next few days.

The Daily Telegraph - Form gives Arsenal Premier League hope
They may be considered the outsiders, but if history is to be believed both Arsenal and Liverpool could still win the title.

The Guardian - Wenger fury is a rare constant in Arsenal's bleak new world
Arsène Wenger's period of dominance is over, undermined by boardroom unrest and his own strategic errors