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The Sun - Impotent
CESC FABREGAS last night shocked Arsenal by admitting: "My family would understand if I signed for Real Madrid." In a heart-rending interview he talks about the frustration and pain of four barren years in North London and brands the Gunners "impotent".
The Daily Mail - Birmingham boss McLeish adds Traore to wish list after bagging £5m Johnson and Espinoza
Birmingham boss Alex McLeish wants to sign Arsenal defender Armand Traore on a season-long loan after sealing a similar deal for Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.
The Daily Star - THEO TAKES ON PSYCHO
Theo Walcott claims Stuart Pearce owes him some support after standing up to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
The Times - Cesc Fabregas opens door to Barcelona
Cesc Fàbregas has raised concerns about his future at Arsenal by announcing that he would consider a return to Barcelona, whom he left six years ago.
The Independent - Angry Walcott determined to let his feet do the talking
No more Mr Nice Guy? Arsenal's mild-mannered starlet Theo Walcott is hardly about to turn into a snarling Vinny Jones, or to win a shouting match with Stuart Pearce, but yesterday he revealed his annoyance at being substituted and dropped at the European Under-21 Championship here, and claimed he was entitled to more support after defying his club manager to play.
Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hails Ivan Gazidis impact at Emirates
Arsene Wenger has praised the appointment of Ivan Gazidis, saying the new chief executive has already lightened his own work-load. Gazidis has completed deals totalling more than £25 million to bring Andrei Arshavin and Thomas Vermaelen to Arsenal since January and has also worked on new contracts for both Theo Walcott and Robin van Persie.
The Guardian - Angry Theo Walcott hopes to take his frustration out on Sweden
Theo Walcott is angry. The England winger is not blazing; that is simply not his style. The teacups at the Under-21 squad's hotel on the Swedish coast remain in one piece. But Walcott is quietly smouldering at the manager, Stuart Pearce, and what he perceives to have been a personal affront.
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