What the papers say: Arsenal agree four year deal for "special player with huge talent"

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The Sun - Eduardo is sticking around

EDUARDO signed a new deal with Arsenal last night that ties him to the club until 2014.

The Daily Mirror - Gibbs on course for Chelsea clash
Arsenal have confirmed Kieran Gibbs' foot injury is not as bad as first feared - and he could now be fit to face Chelsea later this month.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal striker Eduardo signs long-term contract and vows to end Gunners trophy drought
Eduardo has signed a contract extension with Arsenal - who he calls the 'best club in Europe'.

The Daily Express MIKAEL SILVESTRE: ARSENAL CAN WIN THE LEAGUE 
ARSENAL defender Mikael Silvestre has backed his side to become genuine title challengers again.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S KIERAN GIBBS HAS NOT BROKEN FOOT TO WENGER'S RELIEF
ARSENE WENGER received a massive boost last night with the news that ­Kieran Gibbs had not broken his foot.

The IndependentArsenal hire dealmaker to fill vacant Dein role
The director of football role that has remained unoccupied at Arsenal since the abrupt departure of David Dein two years ago has now unofficially been filled in part by an American who once scouted for the club in South America.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal striker Eduardo signs new 'long-term' contract with club
The 26 year-old, who joined Arsenal from Dinamo Zagreb in 2007, has been rewarded for his form since recovering from a badly broken leg.

The Guardian - Eduardo delighted to sign 'long-term' contract at Arsenal
Eduardo da Silva, Arsenal's Brazil-born Croatia striker, has signed what the club describe as a new "long-term" contract. The 26-year-old, who has now made a full recovery from the serious leg injury he suffered playing against Birmingham City in February 2008, was delighted to extend his career at the Emirates Stadium.

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