What the papers say: Arsenal's biggest shareholders persuaded Wenger to stay

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The Sun - New Arsenal strip is Fab
ARSENAL skipper Cesc Fabregas should be sick of blue after his club’s 4-1 thumping by Chelsea. But the Spanish ace is a big fan of next season’s new away kit.

The Daily Mirror - Eduardo da Silva to ready for Arsenal pre-season after another operation
Arsenal striker Eduardo da Silva has undergo another operation on his troublesome left ankle today - but the club medics have claimed that the Brazilian-born Croatian will be back, firing on all cylinders, in time for pre-season training.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal and Man City on alert as Yobo prepares to turn down Everton contract
Joseph Yobo is ready to turn down the offer of a new contract this summer and opt to see out the final 12 months on his current deal.

THE two biggest share-holders were instrumental in persuading Arsene Wenger to stay at Arsenal this week. Top stakeholder Stan Kroenke and Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov made their views known to chief executive Ivan Gazidis that there was no way Wenger should be allowed to leave for Real Madrid.

The Times - Arsenal's power brokers reassure Arsène Wenger
Arsenal’s two largest shareholders have intervened to ask Arsène Wenger to remain as manager at the club, but the future of Emmanuel Adebayor is likely to return to the top of the agenda in the next few weeks.

The Independent - Arsene Wenger tells Arsenal players to show appreciation for fans
Arsene Wenger has reminded the Arsenal squad to show greater appreciation of the supporters following a season that has seen fans turn on certain players and ended with recriminations over the failure to win trophies.


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