What the papers say: Cesc battle overshadowed by investors fight for Arsenal

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The Sun - Gunners battle hotting up
A NIGERIAN billionaire is plotting to buy a stake in Arsenal that could trigger a takeover war.

The Daily Mirror - Barca target Arsenal star Eboue
Barcelona are ready to continue their raid on Arsenal by moving for utility man Emmanuel Eboue.

The Daily Mail - Barcelona's pursuit of Cesc Fabregas given green light by Spanish FA
Barcelona's pursuit of Cesc Fabregas has been aided by the willingness of the Spanish FA to let the Spanish Champions conduct negotiations with the Arsenal midfielder during the build-up to the World Cup.

ARSENAL star Carlos Vela believes the daunting Wembley crowd will provide the perfect World Cup test for Mexico tonight.

The Times - Nigerian faces battle to buy Arsenal stake
Eight super-rich investors, including one of Africa’s wealthiest men, are vying to buy Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith’s stake in Arsenal in a sale that could radically transform the balance of power in the club’s boardroom.

The Guardian - Billionaire Nigerian Aliko Dangote set to bid for 16% stake in Arsenal
A Nigerian billionaire is planning to enter the race to buy a 16% stake in Arsenal, according to a report today.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal Supporters' Trust urges Lady Bracewell-Smith to consider when selling
The Arsenal Supporters' Trust has urged Lady Bracewell-Smith to place the long-term interests of the club above financial gain as the auction for her 15.9 per cent shareholding intensifies.

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