Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is refusing to back down in his row with Spanish magazine Don Balon over their interview with Cesc Fabregas.
In the interview with Don Balon, Fabregas was quoted as saying Arsenal lacked a winning mentality and that Wenger would have been sacked for his lack of silverware if he was in charge of a Spanish club.
Wenger rejected the report following the 3-3 draw with Tottenham on Wednesday, claiming Fabregas' words had been twisted.
However, the Spanish magazine are standing by their interview claiming they made no changes to the piece with Fabregas.
Wenger is still unhappy with Don Balon and claims they breached an agreement with Arsenal that gave the club the right to examine the article before it was published.
Unhappy"I stand by my claim 100%," said Wenger.
"We had an agreement they had to send us copy for approval and it was not done. I maintain completely that they did not respect our agreement.
"The article in itself I do not want to discuss.
"What they say is not interesting to us, they did not respect our agreement. They will never get an interview from us again, ever."