What the papers say: Arshavin fee agreed but wages the problem now

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The Sun - Arshavin puts move in doubt
ARSENAL's move for Andrei Arshavin could collapse over his "excessive" wage demands, it emerged tonight.

The Daily Mail - Gunner join Arsenal: Zenit agree £15m fee for Arshavin
Arsenal last night agreed a fee - believed to be £15million - to sign Andrei Arshavin from Zenit St Petersburg.

The Times - Window watch: Andrei Arshavin, Chelsea, Florent Malouda, James Harper, Portsmouth
Andrei Arshavin’s proposed move to Arsenal took another twist last night when Zenit St Petersburg claimed that they had agreed a fee for the Russia forward and that the only obstacle to a deal was the player’s personal terms.

The Independent - Arsenal at last close in on record deal for Arshavin
Arsenal appear to have finally struck a deal to sign Andrei Arshavin from Zenit St Petersburg for what would eventually be a club record fee of £17m.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal offer for Andrei Arshavin accepted
Arsenal's frustrating pursuit of Russia forward Andrei Arshavin moved closer to satisfaction on Monday night after his club, Zenit St Petersburg, indicated that a fee had been agreed with the north London side.

The Guardian - Zenit say Arshavin's demands are putting Arsenal deal in doubt
Arsenal's increasingly tortuous pursuit of the Zenit St Petersburg playmaker Andrei Arshavin was cast into serious doubt last night after the Russian club claimed the deal was being jeopardised by the player's excessive wage demands despite the clubs having agreed a £14m fee.

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