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The Sun - Cesc urges Wenger to spend
CESC FABREGAS admits he is losing patience with Arsene Wenger's youth policy and urged the Frenchman to splash the cash this summer.
The Daily Mirror - Frustrated Fabregas issues warning to Arsenal
Cesc Fabregas cast fresh doubt on his Arsenal future by admitting the club cannot carry on failing to win trophies.
The Daily Mail - You would have been sacked in Spain over trophy drought, Fabregas tells Wenger
Cesc Fabregas has risked the wrath of Arsene Wenger with a damning assessment of Arsenal's six-year trophy drought.
The Daily Express - CESC FABREGAS PUTS BOOT INTO BOSS ARSENE WENGER BY ATTACKING HIS RECORD
CESC FABREGAS last night issued a stark warning to boss Arsene Wenger that if he were in Spain he would have been sacked by now.
The Daily Star - CESC FABREGAS'S BLAST AT ARSENAL
CESC FABREGAS has paved the way for a summer move to Barcelona by admitting Arsenal have got it all wrong.
The Independent - Wenger would have been fired by now in Spain, claims Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas, the Arsenal captain, has challenged the club to develop a ruthless streak if they are to end their run of six years without a trophy, and has admitted manager Arsène Wenger would have been sacked long ago if he had been working for one of the big clubs in Spain.
The Guardian - Arsenal must decide if they really want to win, says Cesc Fábregas
Cesc Fábregas has voiced grave misgivings over Arsenal's refusal to spend big in the transfer market, saying the club must decide whether they want to "go out to win or to develop players".
The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas: the invincibles, the injuries and why he is happy to stay at the Emirates... for now
In a revealing interview Cesc Fabregas has explained why he is in no hurry to return to Barcelona, what it was like to grow up among Arsenal's greatest-ever side, and why injuries are what scare him most.
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