What the papers say: Wenger looks to summer window for defensive options

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The Sun - Ryan kept on hold by Ramsey
RYAN SHAWCROSS says Aaron Ramsey will not return his calls to accept his apology.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal should pray to avoid Man United in Champions League, says Oleg Luyzhny
Arsenal Double winner Oleg Luyzhny believes Arsenal should pray they avoid Manchester United in today's Champions League draw.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger voices concern over William Gallas's 'endless calf strain'
Cesc Fabregas and Tomas Rosicky are fit to boost Arsenal's title challenge but Arsene Wenger admits he is still troubled by William Gallas's 'endless calf strain'.

The Times - Aaron Ramsey yet to accept apology, says Ryan Shawcross
Ryan Shawcross, the Stoke City defender, has broken his silence on the tackle that broke Aaron Ramsey’s leg and said that he is yet to receive any contact from the Arsenal midfield player.

The Independent - Fabregas set to return to lift Arsenal's title push
Cesc Fabregas is poised to return from injury as Arsenal entertain West Ham United tomorrow, but William Gallas' fitness is an ongoing concern for his manager, Arsène Wenger.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger looks for summer solution to problem in Arsenal's central defence
Arsenal will make central defence a priority during this summer's transfer window, with Arsène Wenger mindful that William Gallas, Mikaël Silvestre and Sol Campbell are all out of contract at the end of the season.

The Guardian - William Gallas's injury casts shadow over Arsenal contract talks
Arsène Wenger has raised fresh concerns over William Gallas's fitness, as the central defender's advisers attempt to secure a new long-term deal for him. The Arsenal manager described the problem that has kept Gallas out since 10 February and will continue to do so for at least the next two matches, against West Ham United on Saturday and Birmingham City on Saturday week, as an "endless calf injury".

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