It wouldn’t be erroneous to state the fact that Arsene Wenger’s one of the most favorite Arsenal players is Cesc Fabregas. The fact that there a number of clauses in his contract which would somehow favor Arsenal whenever a club launches a bid for the Spaniard proves that.
Cesc Fabregas has had a nightmare of a season despite of having a good number of assists and goals to his name. The Barcelona player was blamed of being a flop in the big games and was often booed off the pitch when substituted and it is also suggested that the new manager Luis Enrique doesn’t consider him a part of his plans.
Sky Sports and Mirror have reported that Cesc Fabregas is set for the departure from Barcelona.
Premier League clubs have been put on red alert at the news that Cesc Fabregas is set to leave Barcelona this summer – and that a return to English football could be on the cards.
Just 24 hours after club president Josep Maria Bartomeu declared that he expected the midfielder to remain in Catalunya this summer, reports suggest that the 27-year-old IS for sale for a fee of £30million.
The Gunners inserted a buy-back option in his contract as part of the deal that saw him return to Spain three years ago, and the Emirates Stadium could be his first port of call – provided Fabregas says he wants to return to his former club.
So the Arsenal fans should’ve their fingers crossed.