What the papers say: Arsenal skipper Cesc set to spend longer on sidelines

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The Sun - Rosicky sticks to Gunners
TOMAS ROSICKY has signed a new Arsenal deal. The contract is believed to run until the end of next season.

The Daily Mirror - Bendtner targeting Bolton match to make Arsenal return
Nicklas Bendtner last night promised he is ready to solve Arsenal’s striker crisis after his injury “nightmare". The Danish striker will step up his training on Tuesday and do his first session with a ball since undergoing the groin surgery which has kept him out for more than two months.

The Daily Mail - Abou Diaby ready to replace the departing Alex Song as Arsenal's midfield general
Abou Diaby is ready to step into Alex Song's midfield enforcer role as Arsenal look to keep up the pressure on Barclays Premier League leaders Chelsea.

Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has signed a new contract at the Emirates Stadium, the club have announced.

ROBERTO Mancini is ready to make ex-Arsenal star Patrick Vieira his first signing for Manchester City.

The Times - Blow for Arsenal as Cesc Fàbregas comeback delayed and fixtures pile up
Arsenal’s hunt for trophies suffered a double setback yesterday with the news that Cesc Fàbregas will be out for another week with a hamstring injury. That revelation was compounded by a piece of fixture scheduling that has enraged Arsène Wenger, his manager.

The Independent - Bolton hope to complete move for Coyle today
Wanderers want new manager confirmed in time for Arsenal match after Scot meets with Burnley to discuss his departure terms.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's precocious performer Aaron Ramsey is energising Arsene Wenger's team
Cesc Fabregas can take all the time he needs. Have the rest of the month off, son. Aaron Ramsey is filling your boots, as well as his own.

The Guardian - Tomas Rosicky signs new contract with Arsenal
Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky has signed a new contract at the Emirates Stadium, the club have announced. The Gunners have not disclosed the length of the deal but he follows the likes of Robin van Persie, Abou Diaby, Eduardo, Alex Song, Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey, who have all committed their futures to the club in the past year.

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