What the papers say: Campbell to stay, but Almunia out at Arsenal?

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The Sun - Sol Gunner stay a year
SOL CAMPBELL will remain at Arsenal for another year. The ex-England defender has been offered deals by Newcastle, Celtic and Middlesbrough but wants to remain at the club he returned to in January.

The Daily Mirror - Sol Campbell to sign new Arsenal deal after honeymoon
Sol Campbell is set to sign a new contract with Arsenal once he returns from honeymoon. Veteran Campbell, 35, will snub offers from Celtic, Sunderland and Newcastle to stay with the Gunners.

The Daily Mail - Sol Campbell is hardly Arsenal's answer when they could have re-signed the younger William Gallas
When William Gallas staged his childish lone sit-down protest at  Birmingham two years ago there cannot have been many who thought his departure would leave a huge hole at Arsenal.

The Daily Express - MANUEL ALMUNIA FEARS ARSENE WENGER AXE
MANUEL Almunia fears he is being frozen out of Arsenal as Arsene Wenger desperately tries to find a first-choice goalkeeper.

The Daily Star - ARSENE WENGER MAKES LUKASZ FABIANKI ARSENAL'S FIRST CHOICE IN GOAL
ARSENE WENGER is planning to start the Premier League season with calamity keeper Lukasz Fabianki in goal.

The Daily Telegraph - David Villa joins list of Barcelona players urging Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas to join them
David Villa has added his voice to the long and growing list of Barcelona players who have publicly urged Cesc Fabregas to leave Arsenal for the Nou Camp this summer.

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