What the papers say: Arsenal drop two points and lose Fabregas to injury

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The Sun Barca plot £40m Cesc raid
BARCELONA president Joan Laporta will 'fight' to land Cesc Fabregas next summer. The Champions League kings plan a £40million raid for the Arsenal and Spain midfielder - and Laporta is determined to capture the ex-Barca youth team star.

The Daily Mirror - Burnley 1-1 Arsenal
It was Turf at the top for Arsene Wenger as he lost his skipper and some vital ground in the title race - but it could have been so much worse.

The Daily MailAngry Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hits out at Wolves manager Mick McCarthy: You've damaged Premier League
Arsene Wenger has accused Wolves manager Mick McCarthy of damaging ‘the international credibility of the Premier League’ and handing Manchester United an unfair advantage by sending out a team of reserves at Old Trafford.

The Daily Express - ARSENE WENGER PAYS PENALTY 
It is amazing what you can do with your first team. Burnley believed they could win, arguably should have, and left Arsenal even further behind Manchester United in the title race.

The Times - Arsene Wenger joins in attack on Wolverhampton Wanderers
Arsène Wenger has accused Mick McCarthy of undermining the “international credibility” of the Barclays Premier League and giving Manchester United a helping hand in the title race.

The Independent - Fabregas injury adds to Arsenal's frustration
Arsene Wenger was quick to heap praise on Burnley last night, despite suffering disappointment at witnessing Owen Coyle's side hold Arsenal to a frustrating but entertaining draw at Turf Moor to damage severely their hopes of wresting the Premier League title away from Manchester United.

The Daily Telegraph Barcelona will 'fight' for Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas
Barcelona have said they will "fight" to sign Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas next season.

The Guardian - Graham Alexander on the spot as Arsenal fall flat at Burnley
Arsenal's form has been up and down like a fiddler's arm this season, epitomised by their game of two halves against Liverpool on Sunday, so it was hardly a surprise that they should devalue that revitalising victory by dropping two points against bristling Burnley

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