What the papers say: "Too small" Arsenal need to sign different styles of players, says Cesc

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The Sun Cesc: We’re short Arsenals
CESC FABREGAS admits his Arsenal side face a tall order against the Premier League's big guns - because they are too small.

The Daily MirrorCesc Fabregas: Arsenal players are too small and too similar
Cesc Fabregas has admitted Arsenal are too small and are lacking strength up front. Fabregas claims Arsenal were found wanting in that department after suffering defeats against their top four rivals Chelsea and Manchester City.

The Daily MailJack Wilshere happy to be a loan star... but only in the Premier League
Arsenal's teenage sensation Jack Wilshere has revealed he is ready to gain experience from a loan spell - but only with another Premier League club.

The Daily Express - FABREGAS: CHELSEA TOO STRONG FOR ARSENAL 
Cesc Fabregas says Arsenal are too small to compete against Chelsea, and that despite a defeat at Manchester City on Saturday the Blues are still the best in the country.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL WANT BOJAN KRKIC
ARSENAL are chasing Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic after being priced out of moves for a number of top targets.

The Independent - Wenger to rest stars against Olympiakos
Arsene Wenger openly admits he will not gamble with the fitness of any of his first-team regulars against Olympiakos in their final Champions League group game and intends to give the youngsters another chance to impress.

The Daily Telegraph - Jack Wilshere ready for first Champions League start as Arsenal face Olympiakos
Jack Wilshere is likely to make his first Champions League start when Arsenal face Olympiakos on Wednesday, but has admitted that he would consider going out on loan for further first-team experience.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas wants Arsenal to sign striker with a more direct approach
Cesc Fábregas has told Arsène Wenger that Arsenal require "a different kind of option" up front as the squad lacks variation in attack. Wenger has promised to scour the January transfer market for a striker to compensate for the loss of Robin van Persie, who is out for five months with torn ankle ligaments, and Fábregas, the captain, has suggested that the club would benefit if any new signing had a more direct style. Most of Wenger's attacking threats prefer to drop deep or wide to play.

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