What the papers say: Supporters Trust refuse to sell shares to Kroenke

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The SunSupporters' trust to retain Arsenal shares
THE Arsenal Supporters Trust will not be selling their shares to prospective new owner Stan Kroenke after voting "unanimously" to retain a stake in the club.

The Daily Mirror - Wilshere dismisses talk of move to Man City
Jack Wilshere has scotched suggestions that he is willing to leave Arsenal for a big-money move to Barclays Premier League rivals Manchester City.

The Daily MailClichy: I'm going nowhere! French defender insists his future lies with Arsenal
Arsenal left back Gael Clichy has confirmed he will not be leaving the London club this summer.

THE NOISES coming out of Arsenal at the takeover by American Stan Kroenke are all the right ones. He understands Arsenal's heritage, we are told, and backs the development of young players, as shown by his track record with his American sports franchises.

DENILSON has told Shakhtar Donetsk star Willian to snub Chelsea and join him at Arsenal.

The IndependentArsenal supporters urged not to sell shares
Arsenal fans who own shares in the club have been told not to sell to American billionaire and new owner Stan Kroenke.

The GuardianArsenal fans do not want Stan Kroenke in sole control of the club
Arsenal fans have sent a clear message to Stan Kroenke that they do not want him to take sole control of their club. The US billionaire has launched a £500m mandatory full-takeover bid of Arsenal after acquiring a further 32% of its shares from Danny Fiszman and Lady Nina Bracewell-Smith to go with his 29.99%.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Wojciech Szczesny ready to face Liverpool
Jens Lehmann’s Arsenal comeback is likely to be short-lived after it emerged that Wojciech Szczesny could return for Sunday’s Premier League match against Liverpool.

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