What the papers say: Sol snubs Arsenal, Djourou injured. What now Arsene?

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The Sun - Wenger is on the March for keeps
ARSENAL are lining up a £5.5million move for Italy World Cup keeper Federico Marchetti.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal turn to £10m Germany star to solve defensive crisis
Sol Campbell is heading towards Newcastle - leaving Arsenal ready to turn to Per Mertesacker to solve their defensive crisis.

The Daily Mail - Fabregas' move in further doubt as Barcelona reveal shocking extent of club finances
Barcelona's very public pursuit of Cesc Fabregas has hit yet another stumbling block after the Catalan club revealed the true state of their finances.

The Daily Express - SOL CAMPBELL TO SIGN FOR NEWCASTLE UNITED
SOL Campbell will sign for Newcastle United today after agreeing a £30,000-a-week deal and completing a medical at the club’s training ground.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL WIN 4-0 BUT ROCKED BY JOHAN DJOUROU INJURY
JOHAN DJOUROU gave Arsenal a major injury scare as he limped off in the first-half of their 4-0 win in Austria.

The Independent - Arsenal jilted as Campbell opts to marry up with Newcastle
Sol Campbell is expected to sign for Newcastle United today, having surprisingly snubbed his former club, Arsenal. The former England central defender had been expected to agree a 12-month deal with the Gunners after he impressed on his return to North London last season but that prospect was all but over last night.

The Guardian - Gaël Clichy admits Arsenal need to mount a title challenge this season
Gaël Clichy has issued a statement of Arsenal's intent to win this season's Premier League title and so end a five-year run without a trophy, insisting that the team can have no excuses if they to fall short.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger turns his attention to Phil Jagielka to plug holes at back
Arsène Wenger intends to buy a second central defender this summer, with Everton's Phil Jagielka still topping his list of targets.

 

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