What the papers say: Arsenal linked with big name goalkeepers

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The Sun - Gunners look at keeper Lopez
ARSENAL are eyeing Spanish goalkeeper Diego Lopez as they look to end their crisis between the sticks.

The Daily Mirror - Juve eye Arsenal stars in Buffon swap deal
Juventus are hoping to strike a player swap deal with Arsenal, with Gianluigi Buffon moving to The Emirates in exchange for one of the Gunners top stars, according to reports in Italy this morning.

The Daily Mail - Spurs won't protest if Fulham field reserves at Arsenal as Roy Hodgson rests his stars for Final
Fulham have been given the green light to field a weakened side against Arsenal on Sunday with both the Premier League and Tottenham 'highly unlikely' to complain if Roy Hodgson rests his star names ahead of the Europa League final.

The Daily Express - CAPELLO TO RUN RULE OVER SOL'S FINAL AUDITION
FABIO CAPELLO will shun the climax of the Premier League title race to give Sol Campbell a final chance to force his way into England’s provisional World Cup squad.

The Independent - Walcott admits youth is no excuse
Theo Walcott maintains Arsenal can no longer use inexperience as a reason for failing to deliver when it matters most.

The Guardian - Sol Campbell gets late chance to impress Fabio Capello for World Cup
Fabio Capello will disregard Sunday's title finale in favour of assessing the World Cup credentials of Theo Walcott, Bobby Zamora and, perhaps most significantly, Sol Campbell at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger hints at big-name summer signings
Arsène Wenger has given a clear indication that Arsenal have the resources to adjust their transfer strategy this summer by specifically targeting "experienced, top-class" players.

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