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The Sun - Arsenal rocked by Nasri blow
ARSENAL have been rocked by news Samir Nasri will be sidelined for the next four weeks with a knee injury.
The Daily Mirror - Cesc to return as Wenger searches for reinforcements
Cesc Fabregas is set to be rushed back by Arsenal after Samir Nasri’s injury setback. French midfielder Nasri will be out for a month after undergoing minor knee surgery yesterday on a meniscal injury suffered at Liverpool on Sunday.
The Daily Mail - Samir Nasri ruled out for a month as Arsenal's injury curse strikes again
Arsenal have been dealt another injury blow with the news that France midfielder Samir Nasri would be out of action for around a month with a knee problem.
The Daily Express - NASRI BLOW FOR GUNNERS
Arsenal were dealt another injury blow with the news that France midfielder Samir Nasri would be out of action for around a month with a knee problem.
The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S SAMIR NASRI OUT INJURED FOR A MONTH
SAMIR NASRI last night added to Arsenal’s injury woes after being ruled out for a month with a knee injury.
The Independent - Nasri faces month on sidelines with injury
Arsenal suffered the latest in series of injury problems yesterday when it was revealed that Samir Nasri will be out of action for around a month with a knee problem.
The Guardian - Arsenal chase Sevilla's veteran French defender Sébastien Squillaci
Arsène Wenger has turned his attentions to the France international Sébastien Squillaci as he attempts to bolster his central-defensive options before the closure of the transfer window.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's groundbreaking 'fanshare' scheme wins backing of Uefa
Arsenal's groundbreaking new scheme for ordinary supporters to become part-owners of the club has been hailed by Uefa as a progressive step that should be encouraged across the Premier League.
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