What the papers say: Arsenal to sign a familiar face at centre back?

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The Sun - Major op for Fabregas
REAL MADRID president Florentino Perez's bid to prise Cesc Fabregas away from Arsenal has been dubbed 'Operation Cesc' in Spain.

The Daily Mirror - Sol Campbell set to re-join Arsenal
Sol Campbell is set for a remarkable comeback with Arsenal. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will offer Campbell a short term deal until the end of the season - as long as he can offload Philippe Senderos.

The Daily Mail - Reds confident of beating Arsenal and Chelsea to free Moroccan hitman in summer
Liverpool are confident of seeing off fierce competition for Marouane Chamakh and agreeing a deal to sign him on a free transfer at the end of the season.

The Daily Express - SOL CAMPBELL IN SHOCK ARSENAL RETURN
SOL CAMPBELL is in line to make a sensational return to Arsenal if manager Arsene Wenger can find a January buyer for Philippe Senderos.

The Daily Star - PEP GUARDIOLA ADAMANT ON FABREGAS FOR BARCELONA
BARCELONA boss Pep Guardiola is stalling on signing a new contract with the club – until they can guarantee the £50m signing of Cesc Fabregas.

The Times - Ivan Gazidis sees Arsene Wenger at head of Arsenal’s brave new world for many years
It is rude to look in through windows, but strolling across the car park at Arsenal’s training ground it is impossible to ignore the sight of Arsène Wenger chatting in his office with Ivan Gazidis, the club’s chief executive.

The Independent - Arsenal repay Bolton fans as weather causes more chaos
Arsenal will pay any travel costs incurred by Bolton supporters who journeyed to London for Wednesday night's postponed Premier League fixture. The Emirates pitch was playable but the game was called off mid-afternoon as a result of police worries over the safety of fans getting to and from the stadium and the club have decided to offer recompense as a "gesture".

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal fear more call-off claims
As the winter weather continues to disrupt the weekend's programme, Arsenal are likely to make an early decision on their game against Everton after agreeing to pay the travel costs of Bolton fans who made a fruitless trip to the Emirates Stadium.

The Guardian - Rafael Benítez and Liverpool rival Arsenal for Marouane Chamakh
Liverpool are prepared to rival Arsenal for the signature of the Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh. Rafael Benítez will attempt to capitalise on uncertainty surrounding the Moroccan's future with an offer of a pre-contract agreement at Anfield.

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