What the papers say: Man United interested in Arsenal striker

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The Sun - Van Utd
MANCHESTER UNITED are monitoring Arsenal star Robin van Persie. Sir Alex Ferguson is aware the £20million-rated striker is yet to commit to a new contract at The Emirates.

The Daily Mirror - Emmanuel Eboue set to battle on at Arsenal
Emmanuel Eboue is set to reject a move to Italy and fight for his place at Arsenal.

The Daily Mail - Fiorentina's Senderos chase could secure Arsenal's Melo move
Fiorentina are keen on Philippe Senderos, which could pave the way for Arsenal's bid for Felipe Melo.

The Times - Kieran Gibbs emerges stronger from costly error
The emergence of Kieran Gibbs for these European Under-21 Championship finals is testament to the manner in which he has responded to making an error that would have sent lesser characters looking for the holiday brochures this summer.

The Independent - Under-21s: Gibbs draws strength from cruel slip
Nobody said it would be easy – it merely looked that way when Kieran Gibbs suddenly became an England Under-21 international just as a vacancy occurred at left-back, and burst into Arsenal's first team in time for the Champions' League knockout stage.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Robin van Persie attracts Manchester United interest
Manchester United have been linked with a £20 million move for Arsenal forward Robin van Persie.

The Guardian - Gibbs stands tall after the pain of his public slip-up
It was the moment when time stood still for anyone connected to Arsenal, before the painful reality caught up. Kieran Gibbs' slip in the eighth minute of the Champions League semi-final second-leg at the Emirates presented Park Ji-sung with Manchester United's first, and ultimately decisive, away goal.

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