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The Sun - Ready Brek warms to Prem
FC DALLAS winger Brek Shea is keen on a move to the Premier League after training with Arsenal.
The Daily Mirror - Arsenal set to sell Arshavin in January
Arsene Wenger is ready to offload Andrey Arshavin - and will listen to offers for him in January.
The Daily Mail - Tube strikes put Arsenal and Chelsea Boxing Day games at risk
Boxing Day fixtures at Arsenal and Chelsea are under serious threat from the Tube strike with plans under consideration to postpone at least one of the games for 24 hours.
The Daily Express - ARSENAL KEEP SZCZESNY'S GLOVES COME OFF FOR SPURS
WOJCIECH SZCZESNY believes Arsenal have proved the title race is still wide open for the top teams – except for Tottenham, who will “blow up”.
The Daily Star - WOJCIECH SZCZESNY: FORGET TITLE... JUST TOP SPURS
WOJCIECH SZCZESNY has ordered Arsenal to forget about the title and make it their mission to finish above bitter rivals Tottenham.
The Independent - Arsenal fixture threatened by Tube strike
Arsenal yesterday became the first London club to signal their home Boxing Day fixture was under threat from proposed industrial action that would hit Tube services in the capital.
The Guardian - Arsenal and Chelsea await outcome of potential tube drivers' strike
Arsenal and Chelsea will await the outcome of Transport for London's high court challenge against a proposed tube drivers' strike, to be heard on Wednesday, before determining whether their Boxing Day fixtures can be fulfilled next week.
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal are better than Tottenham and must finish above them in Premier League, says Wojciech Szczesny
Wojciech Szczesny is convinced that Arsenal will finish above Tottenham this season despite losing further ground on their bitter north London rivals with defeat at Manchester City yesterday.
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