What the papers say: Fabregas, Walcott and RvP keen to extend Arsenal careers

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The Sun - You don’t scare us
CESC FABREGAS dreams every day of lifting his first trophy as Arsenal captain. So he is not losing any sleep over a Champions League semi-final clash with bitter rivals Manchester United. 

The Daily Mirror - Cesc Fabregas pleads innocence on Hull spitting charge
Cesc Fabregas wrote to the FA yesterday to deny spitting at Hull assistant boss Brian Horton. Arsenal captain Fabregas has furiously rejected Hull's claims that he spat at Horton after their bitter FA Cup fifth-round tie at the Emirates on March 17.

The Daily Mail - How Hiddink changed his attitude to Arsenal's 'lazy know-it-all' Arshavin
Guus Hiddink was far from convinced when he first clapped eyes on Andrey Arshavin, the man who was supposed to be the jewel of his Russia team.

ARSENAL’S Champions League hero Theo Walcott is finally on the verge of signing a new contract that will make him one of the club’s highest- paid players.

ARSENAL have been hit by a defensive crisis which could see them missing SIX key players for tomorrow’s FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.

The Times - Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie keen to stay with Arsenal
Robin van Persie and Cesc Fàbregas appear to have ruled out leaving Arsenal after Arsène Wenger’s team reached the semi-finals of the Champions League by beating Villarreal 4-1 on aggregate.

Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Theo Walcott and Robin van Persie set to sign new deals
Theo Walcott's form against some of the best sides in Europe will see him rewarded with a lucrative new contract, according to reports.

The Independent - James Lawton: Fate forces Ferguson to revive an old rivalry
In a mouth-watering conclusion to the season, Arsène Wenger could yet dash the Manchester United manager's hopes of winning a hard-fought treble.

The Guardian - Arsenal's late flowering may knock the heads off other tall poppies
Theo Walcott asserts that teams are now "scared" of playing Arsenal. To which the young Gunner might add, "scared that we might destroy their seasons", because for Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool, Arsène Wenger's pea-shooting pack could wreck a rival campaign or two as part of their own quest to score an FA Cup and Champions League double.

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