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The Sun - Don’t mess up Jack like Theo
FABIO CAPELLO was last night warned not to mess with Jack Wilshere's international future.
The Daily Mirror - Bendtner warns England on Wilshere burn-out
Nicklas Bendtner last night warned England are risking Jack Wilshere suffering burn-out.
The Daily Mail - Cracker Jack! Wilshere can be as good as Baresi, Raul and Maldini, says Capello
Fabio Capello has predicted a glorious international career for Jack Wilshere and challenged him to become one of the England greats.
The Daily Express - ARSENAL ACE CESC FABREGAS’ DREAM MOVE TO BARCA IS 'DEAD’
BARCELONA ruled themselves out of the running for Cesc Fabregas last night, saying any deal for the Arsenal captain is now “dead”.
The Daily Star - NICKLAS BENDTNER NEEDS BIG KICK UP THE BACKSIDE
KEEPER Thomas Sorensen last night revealed that cocky Nicklas Bendtner was given a series of “bo*****ings” by Denmark boss Morten Olsen.
The Independent - James Lawton: Not since Moore have England unleashed a prodigy like Wilshere
Underwhelming it may well seem in the current heat of domestic affairs, but there are at least two good reasons to be in Copenhagen tonight for England's friendly with Denmark, a fixture which Fabio Capello can only pray doesn't ambush him quite as badly as it did Sven Goran Eriksson five and a half years ago.
The Guardian - Nicklas Bendtner prepared to leave Arsenal this summer
Nicklas Bendtner admits he may have to leave Arsenal this summer after becoming frustrated at his lack of first-team opportunities.
The Daily Telegraph - Barcelona fear Arsenal challenge but insist Cesc Fabregas deal is 'dead' - for now
Barcelona have described any deal for Cesc Fabregas as “dead” and admit that next week’s Champions League tie against Arsenal is a draw they had wanted to avoid.
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