What the papers say: Arsene Wenger in talks to get Campbell out of the soup

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The Sun Sol eyes return to Arsenal
SOL CAMPBELL spoke to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger yesterday about returning to the club.

The Daily Mirror - Arsene Wenger gives Theo Walcott his blessing to prove his fitness with England Under-21s
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott will be back with Stuart Pearce's England Under-21s this week after being overlooked for senior duty due to a lack of match-fitness.

The Daily Mail Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell asks manager Arsene Wenger if he can train with Gunners
Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell has spoken to manager Arsene Wenger about returning to the club to train and try to regain his fitness.

The Daily Express - CAMPBELL SET FOR GUNNERS TRAINING
Former captain Sol Campbell could return to training with Arsenal following his departure from Notts County.

The Times - Theo Walcott drafted into England Under-21 squad
Theo Walcott has been called into Stuart Pearce's England Under-21 squad to face Macedonia on Friday.

The Independent - Fabregas in fresh transfer link to Barcelona
Rumours of Cesc Fabregas' departure from Arsenal refuse to go away following a report in Spain today. Catalan newspaper Sport declared that the 22-year-old Arsenal captain will be Barcelona's star signing next summer, and that Arsene Wenger has already accepted the fact.

The Daily Telegraph - Sol Campbell approaches Arsène Wenger with a view to training with Arsenal squad
Former Arsenal captain Sol Campbell has talked to manager Arsène Wenger about returning to the club to train and try to regain his fitness.

The Guardian - Sol Campbell wants to use Arsenal to regain his fitness
Sol Campbell, the former Arsenal captain currently without a club, has revealed that he is close to returning to the Gunners, if only to work on his fitness. The 35-year-old wants Arsenal's coaching staff to get him ready to play for his next team – which he hopes to join before the January transfer window opens – and has been encouraged by conversations with Arsène Wenger.

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