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The Sun - Barca in bitter feud with Arsenal
ARSENAL and Barcelona are locked in a bitter bust-up that is souring relations between the Champions League rivals.
The Daily Mirror - Nasri drops Arsenal quit hint
Samir Nasri has revealed he could quit Arsenal this summer if they win the title – for Barcelona.
The Daily Mail - Samir Nasri won't commit to Arsenal: France star puts contract talks on hold
Samir Nasri has clouded his Arsenal future with an admission that his contract talks have been put back until the end of the season.
The Daily Express - WENGER FRUSTRATED AT EXTRA FIXTURE
Arsene Wenger accepts Arsenal could have done with a "little breather" rather than tackle Leyton Orient in a FA Cup fifth-round replay, but maintains the Gunners can sustain their assault on four fronts.
The Daily Star - SAMIR NASRI COULD QUIT AT TOP
SAMIR NASRI has admitted he could quit Arsenal if Arsene Wenger’s men win the title.
The Independent - Song calls for focus amid fixture pile-up
Alex Song has said Arsenal must maintain their focus amid a hectic run of games over the next two weeks. Having drawn with Leyton Orient in the FA Cup on Sunday, Arsenal will play five games in a 13-day spell, starting tomorrow evening.
The Guardian - Pep Guardiola laughs off Barcelona link with Arsenal's Jack Wilshere
Barcelona's coach, Pep Guardiola, has dismissed suggestions he may try to sign the Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere. The 19-year-old impressed in Arsenal's 2-1 victory in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie, more than holding his own against the likes of Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta.
The Daily Telegraph - Pep Guardiola admits defeat in Barcelona's attempts to lure Cesc Fabregas
Pep Guardiola, the Barcelona manager, appeared to concede defeat on Monday in his pursuit of Cesc Fabregas by admitting that Arsène Wenger will not sell any of his best players.
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