What the papers say: Gazidis confident that Arsenal can keep stars

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The Daily Mirror - Cesc Fabregas will stay insists Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis
Cesc Fabregas has been warned the grass will never be greener in Spain. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis believes the Gunners will keep their prize asset this summer - despite interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Daily Mail - Thrifty Gunners confident Fabregas, van Persie and Walcott will sign new deals
Arsenal's chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists the club can compete with the wages offered by their Premier League rivals. Arsene Wenger's net spending on transfers has been a fraction of that splashed out by Manchester United, Liverpool and especially Chelsea but Gazidis says the Arsenal approach will pay dividends in the long run. 

The Independent - We can hold on to stars, says Gazidis
Arsenal's chief executive, Ivan Gazidis, insists the club can compete with the wages offered by their Premier League rivals. Arsène Wenger's net spending on transfers has been a fraction of that splashed out by Manchester United, Liverpool and especially Chelsea, but Gazidis says the Arsenal approach will pay dividends in the long run. 

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