What the papers say: Van Persie to return against Tottenham

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The Sun - You’d regret leaving, Fab
ARSENE WENGER reckons Cesc Fabregas would be a fool to quit Arsenal - because every player who leaves realises it was a mistake.

The Daily MirrorWenger: 'Fabregas is going nowhere'
Arsene Wenger has promiseed Cesc Fabregas will not be sold this summer - and claimed Sol Campbell proves the grass is not always greener on the other side.

The Daily Mail - Robin van Persie could have been a match for Lionel Messi, says Arsenal boss Wenger
Robin van Persie returns on Wednesday night after five months out, with Arsene Wenger claiming the Holland striker would have been in an elite bracket with Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney if his season had not been wrecked by injury.

WHEN I meet Gael Clichy it is three days after Arsenal’s Champions League defeat at the hands of a Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona and the wounds are clearly still raw.

The Times - Robin van Persie up there wih Lionel Messi, says Arsène Wenger
Arsène Wenger believes that Robin van Persie’s injury was a critical moment in the title race and also spoilt an individual season that would have seen the Arsenal forward earn the levels of praise lavished on the likes of Wayne Rooney and Lionel Messi.

The Independent - Wenger backs Campbell to defy hate
For what will surely be the last time in an Arsenal shirt tonight, Sol Campbell will enter the tunnel at White Hart Lane, reacquaint himself with the familiar surroundings and stride forward towards the light, the noise and the inevitable, unremitting abuse.

The Guardian - Lionel Messi sure Cesc Fábregas will leave Arsenal for Barcelona
Lionel Messi has stated his belief that Cesc Fábregas will eventually leave Arsenal and return to Barcelona. Messi and Fábregas grew up together at Barça's much renowned La Masía academy, prior to the Spain midfielder joining Arsène Wenger's team in September 2003.

The Daily Telegraph - Robin van Persie return sparks feeling of regret in Arsène Wenger
There is no football manager in Britain who does not reach the end of the season without his own personal list of 'what ifs'. Injuries have ensured that Arsène Wenger's catalogue of woes is particularly lengthy and it is not difficult to imagine which regret looms largest. 

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