What the papers say: Titi to City, Stan the man and Cesc vow

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The Sun Fabregas vow to win Premier title
CESC FABREGAS says six years in England have taught him how important the Premier League is - and made him more determined to win it.

The Mirror - Arsenal's Emmanuel Eboue in Atletico Madrid tap-up row
Emmanuel Eboue is a £6m January target for Atletico Madrid with the Spanish club heading for a “tapping-up“ row.

The Daily Express - KROENKE BUYS MORE GUNNERS SHARES 
American billionaire Stan Kroenke has increased his share in Arsenal to 28.9%.

The Daily Mail Arsenal's two accidental defeats will not stop Gunners making a title challenge insists manager Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal's two defeats in the Barclays Premier League have been 'accidents'.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal’s Emmanuel Eboué a January transfer target for Atletico Madrid
Arsenal expect Atletico Madrid to come in for Emmanuel Eboué in the January transfer window with a £6 million offer for the right sided player.

The Guardian - Stan Kroenke increases Arsenal stake
Stan Kroenke continued to build his stake in Arsenal today, paying more than £750,000 for 90 shares, and is now only 646 away from being forced to launch a mandatory takeover.

The Times - Stan Kroenke increases his stake in Arsenal
Stan Kroenke, the American billionaire, requires 646 more shares to trigger a mandatory takeover bid of Arsenal.

The Independent - Swap deal for Henry could tempt Hughes
Mark Hughes did not revive the interest in Thierry Henry this summer that he had in the player in January but the prospect of a deal to bring him to Manchester City seems more likely after Robinho said it would be "fun" to play for Barcelona.

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