What the papers say: Could victory over Barca prompt Cesc to stay?

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The SunCesc: Jack is a king already
JACK WILSHERE is a phenomenon, according to his Arsenal skipper.

The Daily MirrorThis has been the best fortnight of my life - Wilshere
Jack Wilshere collected two of his boyhood heroes' shirts - after making himself at home in that company.

The Daily MailArsenal and Aston Villa on red alert as Montpellier tell Emir Spahic he can leave in summer
Aston Villa and Arsenal are on alert after Montpellier said they are willing to let Emir Spahic quit in the summer. Gerard Houllier came close to striking a £5million deal in January while Arsene Wenger wanted the Bosnian central defender last summer only to come up against a Montpellier board unwilling to sell.

The Daily Express - ARSENAL'S CESC FABREGAS SEES HIS NOU HORIZONS AT HOME
WHEN Cesc Fabregas last spoke of his “Barcelona dream”, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feared his five-year project was in danger of collapsing around him.

The Daily Star - JOHAN DJOUROU: ARSENAL ARE GUNNER BE GREAT
JOHAN DJOUROU claims Arsenal are on the brink of greatness after their dramatic Champions League win over Barcelona.

The Independent - England's Xavi? Wilshere shows Capello he needs freedom to shine
Jack Wilshere left the Emirates on Wednesday night with the shirts of Xavi and Lionel Messi in his bag. Those are two mementoes that most teenage footballers would treasure for the rest of their lives but then there are precious few teenage footballers who are capable of thriving in the presence of those two maestros.

The Guardian - Jack Wilshere is the midfielder we have been waiting for
Arsène Wenger has roamed the earth for footballers who can pass like Xavi or Andrés Iniesta. For a long time he may have thought English youngsters were good only for giving the ball away or getting into scrapes in nightclubs. Imagine his surprise, then, when he found what he was looking for in Hitchin, a Hertfordshire town from where Valerie Singleton went on to present Blue Peter – a show Jack Wilshere has not long grown out of.

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