What the papers say: Supporters Trust asks for Arsenal spending details

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The SunPetit in pop at Arsene
EMMANUEL PETIT last night spoke for most Arsenal fans when he said: Arsene Wenger's youth policy has failed.

The Daily MirrorArsenal won't sell RVP in the summer - even if he doesn't sign a new deal
Arsene Wenger will refuse to be held to ransom over Robin van Persie. Arsenal are determined to keep their prize asset this summer even if the Dutchman does not sign a new contract.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal desperate to hold talks with Van Persie over whopping new deal
Arsenal are ramping up their efforts to sign talisman Robin van Persie to a new record-breaking contract. Sportsmail understands the Holland international would prefer to wait until the end of the season before holding talks over a new deal.

The Daily Express - ROBIN VAN PERSIE CAN’T HOLD GUN TO OUR HEADS
ARSENAL board members will discuss the option of playing a dangerous game of brinkmanship over captain Robin van Persie’s future when they meet this week.

The Daily Star - BACARY SAGNA WANTS TO END ARSENAL PAIN
BACARY SAGNA claims crisis club Arsenal must improve fast or face even more humiliation against Tottenham this Sunday.

The IndependentAngry Arsenal fans quiz board on lack of spending
The Arsenal Supporters Trust has demanded to know whether Arsène Wenger has been given all of the club's cash reserves to spend by the board, amid increasing disquiet at the team's direction this season.

The GuardianHow much longer can Arsène Wenger be offered the benefit of the doubt?
Arsène Wenger's achievements are so monumental it is not an easy thing to find ourselves at the point when we have to acknowledge, however reluctantly, he is straying dangerously close to fully fledged fantasy if he seriously believes restoring true greatness to Arsenal is going to be anything but a dauntingly long-term project.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal's star player Robin van Persie is ready to start talks about staying with the club
Arsenal are hopeful of finally opening contract talks with Robin van Persie and his representatives over the next month.

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