What the papers say: Arsenal legend predicts meltdown at club

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The SunCesc Fabregas set for £36m Barcelona move
CESC FABREGAS is on the brink of sealing his dream move to Barcelona. But the Spanish midfielder will have to fork out £4.5million from his own pocket to do it.

The Daily Mirror - Barca think Fabregas is theirs after new bid
Barcelona believe they have finally got their man after making a new £36million move for Cesc Fabregas. Arsenal have insisted a deal had not been agreed and were still determined to push the price up to at least £37m.

The Daily MailAu revoir, Cesc! Nasri set to beat Fabregas to Arsenal exit as £22m Man City switch looms
Samir Nasri could beat Cesc Fabregas out of the Arsenal exit as Arsene Wenger faces losing his top two stars in the space of 48 hours.

THE Cesc Fabregas transfer saga appears finally to be coming to an end after Barcelona’s improved £35.7million bid for the midfielder.

NIGEL WINTERBURN fears Arsenal’s season could be a write-off by the end of August.

The IndependentArsenal open the door for both Fabregas and Nasri exit
The saga surrounding Cesc Fabregas’ transfer to Barcelona appeared to be approaching a resolution last night with Arsenal finally ready to let him go as well as accepting an offer for Samir Nasri from Manchester City in two deals worth around £60m in total.

The GuardianArsenal set to lose Cesc Fábregas battle as Barcelona betray delight
Arsenal's increasingly forlorn attempts to hold on to Cesc Fábregas seem to have failed, according to reports in Barcelona.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal's unsettled stars 'a cancer' in the club, says former Manchester United captain Gary Neville
Gary Neville yesterday questioned Arsenal’s ability to finish in the Premier League’s top four should they allow Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri to leave.

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