What the papers say: Wenger to focus on RvP deal as Andrey wants more

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The Sun -Arsenal 4 Stoke City 1
SO this is why they fill the Emirates every week.

The Daily Mirror - Fans blast Arsenal star Andrey Arshavin after he demands pay increase because of income tax
Fans blasted Arsenal’s Andrey Arshavin yesterday for demanding an increase in his £80,000-a-week wages – because he thinks he’s paying too much income tax.

The Daily Star - WENGER: VAN PERSIE DEAL IS TOP OF MY LIST
ARSENE WENGER last night revealed one of his summer priorities is to get Robin van Persie to sign a new contract.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal 4 Stoke 1: Van Persie and the fans give Wenger a lift
Arsene Wenger may have his critics among the Arsenal shareholders and supporters, but there was no hint of dissent at the Emirates.

The Daily Express - VAN PERSIE IS THE KEY FOR WENGER
ROBIN Van Persie ended his best scoring season at Arsenal with a double to hit the 20-goal mark and Arsene Wenger revealed his priority is to get him to extend his contract.

The Times - Arsene Wenger in harmony with Arsenal fans
The way this country is going, someone is going to use the Freedom of Information Act to ask to see Arsène Wenger’s expenses.

The Independent - Two-goal Van Persie stakes a claim for new deal
Having committed himself to staying at Arsenal, the first thing Arsène Wenger should now do is convince Robin van Persie to sign a new contract.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal 4 Stoke City 1: Match report
A season at Arsenal that has been punctuated by moments of division, discord and disappointment has ended, ultimately, in harmony.

The Guardian - Arsenal finish with a flourish
They came; they saw; they allowed love to conquer. Arsenal's home support has hardly covered itself in glory this season, what with their savage singling out of individual players, early exits and prolonged bouts of jumpiness.

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