The bitterness of some Arsenal fans might end if Cesc Fabregas returns to where he belongs, where he spent the best time of his career and where the fans loved him. Ofcourse it would take time for the fans to get over how he forced his way out but if he manages to help them gain the PL crown everything will be back on track.
Debates over whether Arsenal have the first rejection rights over Cesc’s Fabregas transfer are on peak but it is better not to indulge into them much because no one knows the reality as contract details are kept very secret.
Barcelona-based paper Sport claims Arsene Wenger has spoken to Fabregas’ representative Darren Dein to start negotiating the return of the 27-year-old midfielder.
The Gunners are understood to have the right to buy back their former skipper for £29.2m – £800,000 more than what Barca paid for him three years’ ago.
However, Fabregas is keen to wait to discover his role under new manager Luis Enrique before making any decision regarding his future.
Manchester United, Liverpool, Zenit St Petersburg and Manchester City are all monitoring the Spanish international’s availability, but it’s believed he would favour a move back to the Emirates should Wenger decide to sanction a bid.