What the papers say: Robin van Persie's form help Arsenal maintain title aspirations

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News of the World - ARSENAL LAND ANDREI ARSHAVIN
ANDREI ARSHAVIN is on the verge of completing a record-breaking move to Arsenal in a deal that will make him the club’s highest earner.

The Sunday Express - VAN PERSIE CLASS IS TOP OF THE FORM
ARSENE Wenger must thank his lucky stars he can still call on Robin Van Persie.

The Sunday People - Fulham's John Pantsil reveals secret life playing for Arsenal
It Is a little-known fact that Fulham's John Pantsil began his career at Arsenal, wearing the famous red-and-white shirt and its iconic cannon badge.

The Mail on Sunday - Hull City 1 Arsenal 3: Gunners fire in Nick of time
Late goals from Samir Nasri and substitute Nicklas Bendtner gave Arsenal a revenge of sorts as Hull's slide from dreamland back towards the Championship continued.

The Sunday Times - Robin van Persie fills Arsenal's creative gap
When Arsenal’s conductor-in-chief Cesc Fabregas is laid low, what better man could you ask for to pick up the baton than Robin van Persie?

The Independent on Sunday - Nasri pounces to wreak revenge on Hull
Technically speaking, the difference between the teams in the Premier League contest on Humberside yesterday evening was the goalscoring touches in the last eight minutes by Samir Nasri and Nicklas Bendtner. In truth, it was the Dutch master in the No 11 shirt for Arsenal.

The Sunday Telegraph - Arsenal likely to resolve Andrei Arshavin deal in coming days
The prolonged transfer saga involving Andrei Arshavin's move to Arsenal looks likely to be resolved early next week after reports emerged that Zenit St Petersburg could let the Russian striker go for £15 million.

The Observer - Gunners backlash tame Tigers
This victory came courtesy of late strikes from Samir Nasri and Nicklas Bendtner, but Arsenal are yet to find a convincing seam of form since they topped the table on 27 September.

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