Cesc Fabregas of Spain kisses his girlfriend Daniella Semaan

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Former Arsenal star embroiled in bitter legal row over £7 million London home

Lionel Messi behind team-mates Xavi and Iniesta

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Spanish league leaders came from behind to draw 1-1 with PSG and advance to the Champions League semi-finals on away goals

Lionel Messi behind team-mates Xavi and Iniesta

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Beckham with PSG's main man, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, during Tuesday's training session

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Barcelona forward Lionel Messi (L) and defender Jordi Alba at Barca's training camp

Barcelona v PSG: Barca say 'the feelings are good' over Lionel Messi fitness ahead of crucial Champions League tie

The forward came off injured in the first leg against Paris St Germain

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi scores against PSG in the Champions League

Lionel Messi adds to Barcelona injury crisis ahead of Champions League second leg against PSG

The Spanish side drew 2-2 in Paris and now the spotlight turns on their misfiring strikers to ensure progress to the semi-finals

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored PSG's first

PSG 2 Barcelona 2 match report: David Beckham holds hopes French side can deny Barca Champions League semi spot

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Barcelona striker David Villa

David Villa providing welcome selection headache for Spain manager Vincente Del Bosque

Barcelona forward is enjoying a resurgence in form

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Spain take on Finland in a World Cup qualifier this week

Vermaelen

Arsène Wenger says Thomas Vermaelen not guaranteed return

Arsène Wenger has cast doubt over Thomas Vermaelen’s Arsenal future by saying that just because he is captain of the club it does not mean he is guaranteed to be in the starting line up.

Arsene Wenger looks on

George Graham questions Arsenal transfer policy

Former manager says players being signed are not good enough

Jack Wilshere trains alongside Theo Walcott

Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood promises team will be strengthened

Fans wants to see investment in the squad

Stan Kroenke watches Arsenal's defeat to Bayern Munich. Arsene Wenger on the touchline

Stan Kroenke to offer Arsene Wenger full support at Arsenal board meeting

Manager has seen position come under question following recent cup defeats

Boateng and Muntari were the heroes for Milan
Jack Wilshere seen competing against Andre Iniesta in 2011

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere urged to join Barcelona by Dani Alves

Dani Alves says says the England midfielder can hit the heights of Xavi and Andre Iniesta

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