What the papers say: New Barcelona president makes Fabregas his priority

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The Sun - Arsenal shirty over Fabregas
ARSENAL have sent a message to Barcelona that they will fight to keep Cesc Fabregas.

The Daily Mirror - Barcelona president Rosell: 'Fabregas is the priority'
Barcelona's new president Sandro Rosell last night claimed signing Cesc Fabregas is his number one priority.

The Daily Mail - Get Fabregas! Cesc's Barcelona move edges closer after Sandro Rosell's election as club president
Barcelona have elected a new president who they will feel is the best candidate to land Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal. Former Nike executive Sandro Rosell will replace Joan Laporta at the end of the month after overwhelmingly winning the election with 61 per cent of the vote.

The Daily Express - ROSSELL EYES FABREGAS TALKS
New Barcelona president Sandro Rosell says he will meet with coach Pep Guardiola in the coming days to discuss how the Catalan club can strengthen their squad and will meet outgoing Barca chief Joan Laporta regarding the deal to bring Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas to the Nou Camp.

The Daily StarBARCELONA BOSS SANDRO ROSELL'S VOW TO SIGN CESC FABREGAS
BARCELONA chief Sandro Rosell has insisted he will do whatever it takes to sign Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas.

The Times - Barcelona’s change of guard raises stakes over Fàbregas
Barcelona will step up their pursuit of Cesc Fàbregas after Sandro Rosell was declared the club’s new president.

The Independent - Celtic make offer to Campbell
Neil Lennon will allow Sol Campbell to miss Celtic's opening Champions League qualifier to go on honeymoon if the veteran stopper were to sign on at Parkhead.

The Guardian - Barcelona's new president says club will not end Cesc Fábregas pursuit
Barcelona's new president, Sandro Rosell, plans to meet with Pep Guardiola to discuss how the manager wants to strengthen his squad and has confirmed that he will sit down with Joan Laporta, the outgoing president, to discuss his plans to bring Cesc Fábregas to the club.

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