What the papers say: Djourou eyes early return for Arsenal

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The SunKeown: Gunners' stars playing for their futures
MARTIN KEOWN has challenged Arsenal's players to finish the season on a high — or risk being booted out of the club.

The Daily Mirror - Eboue set to cross North London divide to Spurs
Emmanuel Eboue may follow William Gallas from Arsenal to arch-rivals Spurs. Ivory Coast international Eboue, 27, is highly-rated by Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp, and the Spurs boss is considering a shock swoop as he plots to bring in a new right-back this summer.

The Daily MailArsenal boost as Johan Djourou targets return to action against Liverpool on April 17
Arsenal defender Johan Djourou is targeting a return from injury in time for the crunch clash against Liverpool.

The Daily ExpressFABREGAS FINE AFTER ACCIDENT
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas was unhurt after being involved in a minor car accident on Monday morning, the club have confirmed.

The Independent - Wenger blames latest slip on 'lack of focus' from Arsenal
Arsene wenger has demanded an improvement from his players in the wake of Saturday's goalless draw at home against Blackburn Rovers.

The GuardianJens Lehmann demands compensation after Tim Wiese's 'Muppet' remark
Jens Lehmann has filed a lawsuit demanding compensation from his fellow goalkeeper Tim Wiese of Werder Bremen for telling a television audience Lehmann belonged in the Muppet Show.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann sues Werder Bremen goalkeeper Tim Wiese over 'muppet' slur
Jens Lehmann has filed a lawsuit demanding compensation from fellow goalkeeper Tim Wiese of Werder Bremen for telling a television audience Lehmann belonged in the "Muppet Show" and suggesting he had mental problems.

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