What the papers say: Barca shirt stunt "meant nothing" says Fabregas

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The Sun - Gunners keep tabs on Zapata
CRISTIAN ZAPATA'S agent insists Arsenal have not made an offer for the Udinese defender.

The Daily Mirror - Messi: I would be delighted if Cesc came to Barcelona
Argentina forward Lionel Messi is the latest Barcelona player to publicly express his desire for Cesc Fabregas to join the Catalan club this summer.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal legend Thierry Henry ready to renew north London rivalry as he joins New York Red Bulls in time to face Tottenham
Thierry Henry has clinched his long-expected move from Barcelona to the New York Red Bulls. The Major League Soccer club confirmed that the France forward has signed a 'multi-year contract' and he will be presented to fans on Thursday.

Arsenal have not yet made an offer for Udinese defender Cristian Zapata, according to the player's agent.

CESC FABREGAS last night begged angry Arsenal fans to forgive him for being pictured in a Barcelona shirt.

The Independent - Henry quits Spain to play for New York
Thierry Henry has joined the New York Red Bulls from Barcelona on a "multi-year contract", the Major League Soccer club have confirmed.

The Guardian - Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas insists Barcelona shirt stunt meant 'nothing'
Cesc Fábregas said nothing should be read into him wearing a Barcelona shirt during Spain's World Cup celebrations. The Arsenal captain has long been linked with a return to the club where he spent six years as a youth team player before moving to north London in 2003, and Barcelona have had a €35m (£29m) bid turned down this summer.

The Daily Telegraph - Lionel Messi adds voice to Barca's campaign to lure Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal
Cesc Fabregas has dismissed the prank that led to him being pictured in a Barcelona shirt as an irrelevance and says he will remain "calm" while his future is settled over the next month.

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