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News of the World - ROBIN VAN PERSIE DEADLOCK
ROBIN VAN PERSIE'S talks over a new Arsenal deal remain deadlocked and if the situation is not resolved soon the club may cash in this summer.
The Sunday Mirror - Manchester United 0-0 Arsenal: United claim third Premier League title in a row
It wasn't quite the trip to football heaven that Sir Alex Ferguson craved - but at least Manchester United retained the Premier League title without having to go to Hull and back.
The Mail on Sunday - Wenger transfer fund cut to £13m
Arsene Wenger's summer transfer budget has been slashed to £13million by the board in a move that is likely to infuriate already iriate Arsenal fans.
The Sunday Times - Cristiano Ronaldo among best but Bergkamp was better
THERE’S no doubting that Manchester United are deserving champions this season and having won the title for a third year in a row you begin to wonder whether anyone will ever stop them.
The Independent on Sunday - Alan Shearer urges long-term contract for Sebastien Bassong
Newcastle interim manager Alan Shearer has called on club owner Mike Ashley to secure Sebastien Bassong's services on a long-term basis to fend off Arsenal's interest in the French centre-half.
The Observer - Arsenal can gain from pain of seeing United win title, says Arsène Wenger Sir Alex Ferguson is not a manager to miss a psychological trick. In May 2005, when Chelsea arrived at Old Trafford as the newly crowned Premier League champions, the Manchester United manager asked his players to form a guard of honour and applaud them on to the field.
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