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The Sun - Don’t make my mistake, Cesc
CESC FABREGAS has been told to stay at Arsenal - by the former Gunner whose move to Barcelona spectacularly backfired.
The Daily Mirror - Nigeirian billionaire denies he is to buy stake in Arsenal
Nigeria's richest man, billionaire Aliko Dangote, has denied media reports that he was considering buying a 16 percent stake in Arsenal football club.
The Daily Mail - Emmanuel Eboue back on Barcelona radar as Catalans eye Arsenal star to cover Dani Alves
Barcelona have renewed their interest in Arsenal's Emmanuel Eboue as coach Pep Guardiola looks to provide cover for Dani Alves.
The Daily Express - FABIO CAPELLO: CESC FABREGAS IS ALLOWED TO TALK
ARSENAL midfielder Cesc Fabregas will not be slapped with a Fabio Capello-style ban on transfer talks when he meets up with Spain today.
The Daily Star - CESC FABREGAS BARCELONA BID ON HOLD
ARSENAL have yet to receive a Barcelona bid for Cesc Fabregas a week after telling them he wants out.
The Times - Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov refuse to be drawn into Arsenal bidding war
Stan Kroenke and Alisher Usmanov are refusing to be drawn into a bidding war for a controlling stake in Arsenal.
The Independent - Arsenal target Frey won't rule out move
Fiorentina goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has not ruled out a departure from Florence this summer.
The Guardian - Nigerian billionaire denies Arsenal investment reports
Nigeria's wealthiest man has said he has no intention of investing in Arsenal. Aliko Dangote said he will not be acquiring a stake in the club, after the Sunday Times reported he had registered his interest with Blackstone, the finance house charged with finding a buyer for the 15.9% stake being sold by Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith.
The Daily Telegraph - Lady Bracewell-Smith suffers Arsenal auction blow as Aliko Dangote denies interest
Lady Bracewell-Smith’s difficulty in generating a lucrative auction for her Arsenal shares was underlined on Monday when Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote distanced himself from buying her 15.9 per cent stake.
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