Backpage news Round Up – ‘I Should Never Have Left Arsenal’ Says Hleb

Morning Insiders’ we have taken the best bits from todays papers. The usual suspects are there with the Fabregas Barcelona stories.
The Sun –  Barcelona eye Rob & Fab BARCELONA have admitted both Robinho AND Cesc Fabregas are top of their January shopping list.
Asked about Barca’s interest in Manchester City’s Brazilian striker Robinho, Barca sporting director Txiki Begiristain said: “He is a very interesting footballer and could play for us in the Champions League.”
The mirror – Cesc Fabregas quits Spain squad to be with sick grandad Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has had to leave the Spain squad in Armenia and fly to Barcelona because his grandfather is seriously ill.
The Gunners captain, who scored to set Spain on their way to a 2-1 win in Yerevan on Saturday, flew into the Catalan capital with Barcelona pair Xavi and Carles Puyol.
Following on from fabregas_the_king’s post last night The Daily Mail – Man United boss Ferguson faces FA charge for attack on ‘unfit’ Wiley as refs retaliate Sir Alex Ferguson is likely to be charged by the FA this week for his attack on Alan Wiley – despite an attempted apology which has further infuriated the referee’s colleagues. Sportsmail understands that, after asking the Manchester United manager for an explanation over an outburst in which he labelled Wiley ‘unfit’, the FA resolved privately last week that Ferguson would be charged if he stood by his accusation
The Daily Express leads with – I Should Never Have Left Arsenal’ Says Hleb ALEX HLEB flies into London to face England this week admitting that he should not have left the capital and Arsene Wenger.
The midfielder, 28, departed from Arsenal in the summer of 2008 to realise a “dream” move to Barcelona.
Vic’s blog up next around 1pm today….

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