Arsenal skipper Fabregas wary of Wolves as Gunners head for Molineux

06 November 2009 12:44
Cesc Fabregas has warned his Arsenal team-mates not to expect an easy ride at Molineux.[LNB]With Chelsea facing Manchester United on Sunday, the Gunners have a chance to close the gap on the top two when they take on Wolves.[LNB]Mick McCarthy's side sit just above the relegation zone but have drawn their last three matches against Everton, Aston Villa and Stoke.[LNB] Taking nothing for granted: Fabregas insists Arsenal must be on top of their game[LNB]And Fabregas said: 'Wolves look a team who are strong at home. We will have to be at our best as usual, because today there are no small teams in the Premier League.'[LNB]  Meanwhile, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger claims that several clubs are attempting to unsettle 19-year-old midfielder Fran Merida as talks continue over a new contract. [LNB]Merida, whose deal expires in the summer, has been linked with Atletico Madrid and Wenger said: 'Some clubs are doing work behind our backs to destabilise him.'[LNB] Spurs and Man City did not think he was big enough - but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger liked what he saw in Thomas Vermaelen Kroenke splashes £1.7m in another Arsenal shares raid - takeover imminentALL THE WEEKEND'S PREMIER LEAGUE TEAM NEWS THE LIST: The 50 finest footballers to have played for Tottenham or Arsenal, Nos 10-1Cesc determined Arsenal's season will have a silver lining after hammering AZARSENAL FC

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