What the papers say: Ox wants extended deal, but Arshavin given free?

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The SunSign me up!
ALEX OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN has told Arsenal: Sign me up! SunSport today revealed Gunners bosses want to hand The Ox a new contract — even though his current deal still has four years left to run.

The Daily MirrorGunner lingers! Oxlade-Chamberlain bucks trend by wanting to stay at Arsenal
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is ready to commit his future to Arsenal. After yet another summer when a star name has left the Gunners in pursuit of major honours, the 19-year-old is preparing to buck the trend.

The Daily MailJack is back on the ball at Arsenal! Wilshere closing in on return
Arsenal will receive a major boost next week when Jack Wilshere starts training with a football again.

The Daily ExpressARSENAL ‘WILL NOT RISK ALL’, SAYS CHAIRMAN PETER HILL-WOOD 
ARSENAL chairman Peter Hill-Wood has insisted the club “can’t compete” in the transfer market with the big guns of the Premier League – and that the plight of Glasgow Rangers should be a warning to everyone.

The Daily StarALEX OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN OUT TO TOP DAD
ALEX Oxlade-Chamberlain dreams of going one better than his dad and being a World Cup star at the Maracana.

The IndependentChamberlain dreams of being the boy for Brazil – like his dad
The confident young winger would love to emulate his father at the next World Cup by being part of an England side that triumphs at the Maracana.

The GuardianArsenal 'can't compete' in transfer market against top-four rivals
The Arsenal chairman, Peter Hill-Wood, has admitted the club "can't compete" in the transfer market with their Premier League top-four rivals.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal prepared to give Andrei Arshavin a free transfer in hope of securing move to Dynamo Moscow
Arsenal are understood to have offered Andrei Arshavin a free transfer in the hope that he will finally find a new club before the Russian transfer window closes on Thursday.

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