What the papers say: Arsenal try pricing Barca out of Fabregas deal

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The Sun - Arsene facing end of the road
ARSENE WENGER has one final season in which to get it right at Arsenal. Irrespective of whether he fights off Barcelona's bid for Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily Mirror - Wenger hopes heartbeat Fabregas has a change of heart
Arsene Wenger will hope Cesc Fabregas' integral role at the heartbeat of the Arsenal side is enough to persuade the midfielder to remain at Emirates Stadium for at least another season.

The Daily Mail - Cesc Fabregas price war: Livid Arsenal hit back at Barcelona by pushing fee to £80m
Arsenal last night hit back at Barcelona as they battle to cling on to their talismanic skipper Cesc Fabregas.

ARSENE WENGER has warned Barcelona they could talk themselves out of a deal for wantaway midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

BARCELONA have decided they will not pay more than £30m for Cesc Fabregas - which could put the deal at risk.

The Independent - Barcelona step up pursuit of Fabregas after wrapping up £34m Villa transfer
Barcelona know how to spoil their supporters – they were meant to be treating them to a day out in Madrid for the Champions League final on Saturday but that plan failed so to make up for it they will be presenting them with David Villa instead.

The Guardian - Barcelona expect to sign Cesc Fábregas from Arsenal before the weekend
Barcelona believe they can conclude the signing of Cesc Fábregas before the weekend after agreeing the basis of a contract with the midfielder.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fabregas to cost Barcelona at least £45million as Arsenal get tough
Arsenal will demand at least £45 million for Cesc Fabregas, with Arsène Wenger and the club’s board of directors now braced for a protracted summer of negotiations.

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