What the papers say: Kroenke increases Arsenal stake again

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The Daily Mirror - Arsenal transfer target Brede Hangeland set to sign new deal at Fulham
Fulham defender and former Arsenal target Brede Hangeland is set to sign a new deal which will see the defender commit his future to the club.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal and Tottenham in World Cup 2018 venue clash... if London bid pushes FIFA for three stadiums in the capital
London could push for three venues if England's bid to host the World Cup in 2018 is successful – despite FIFA rules only allowing that figure in exceptional circumstances.
Wembley has already been designated by the 2018 bid team as the venue for the opening game and final.

ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger has told Theo Walcott that his transition from winger to striker

The IndependentVan Nistelrooy set to snub Arsenal for Liverpool
Former Manchester United forward Ruud van Nistelrooy could be set for a January move to Liverpool.

The Daily Telegraph - Nicolas Anelka's winning smile for Chelsea should be a warning to Arsenal
When Nicolas Anelka stooped to secure Chelsea’s position as group winners on Wednesday night it was the third time in five Champions League matches the Frenchman had made a decisive contribution for his team.

The Guardian - Stan Kroenke increases Arsenal stake again as he nears takeover threshold
The American businessman Stan Kroenke has bought his second batch of Arsenal shares this week, edging closer to the threshold that forces him to make a takeover bid.

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