Wednesday media watch [20.02.13 PM]: Agbonlahor in focus
ClubCall: Gabriel Agbonlahor and Charles N'Zogbia are set to hand Aston Villa a double fitness boost ahead of Saturday's clash with Arsenal. Agbonlahor missed the 2-1 home win over West Ham through illness while N'Zogbia limped out of the match with a thigh problem.
Goal.com: Aston Villa youngster Ashley Westwood has hailed Charles N'Zogbia's recent performances as the club continue to fight against relegation from the Premier League. The Frenchman has failed to replicate his form for Wigan which prompted the Villa Park outfit to part with £9 million to sign the winger in 2011.
Setanta Sports: Gabriel Agbonlahor expects Christian Benteke to attract interest from some of the biggest clubs in the Premier League following his impressive debut season for Aston Villa. Benteke joined Villa from Genk in the summer and has already become a firm favourite with the fans thanks to his 15 goals, but his success could lead to his departure as both Arsenal and Tottenham have been linked with a move for the 22-year-old.
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BBC Sport: David Gill will step down as Manchester United chief executive on 30 June, the Premier League club have confirmed.
Sky Sports: Arsene Wenger admitted Arsenal will have to make 'the impossible, possible' if they are to overcome a first-leg humbling by Bayern Munich in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League.
BBC Sport: Hatem Ben Arfa will miss Newcastle's second leg last 32 Europa League tie at Metalist Kharkiv despite having recovered from his hamstring injury.
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