Cesc Fabregas Sparks Exit Rumors in Latest Interview
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas's recent revelations to the Spanish paper Maraca has sparked speculations regarding the Spanish midfielder's future at the Emirates.
Though Arsene Wenger has time and again reiterated that Arsenal's inspirational 23-year-old captain will not be leaving the Emirates any time soon, Fabregas's recent statement has sent the rumour mills spinning again.
The highly talented Spaniard has been frequently linked with a move to his boyhood club Barcelona and Fabregas has done little to douse such rumours. He has expressed his desire to play for the Catalans' sometimes in his career.
Speaking to the Spanish daily he informed that if he ever decided to leave Arsenal it would be to wear a Barca jersey but he did not specify as to when that will happen.
The Spaniard is one of the most coveted football players of his generation. He has been in scintillating form for the Gunners and has gone from strength to strength since his arrival at the North London outfit seven years earlier as a 16-year-old. With an impressive 19 goals and an equal number of assists from a mere 36 appearances he has had his best season so far for the Gunners.
In his interview with Maraca he informed that he wishes to have his future sorted out before the World Cup since he would not like to be distracted by transfer talks when he participates at the biggest spectacle in a month's time.
Fabregas who has a long-term contract with Arsenal informed that he is presently happy to play at Arsenal and is unsure as to when he might make a move to Nou Camp.
Although he informed that no approaches have yet been made from Barcelona the Catalans will reportedly be alerted by the recent revelations from the highly-talented midfielder. The Nou Camp outfit have been long time admirers of the 23-year-old playmaker and has expressed their interest in bringing back their former starlet back to Nou Camp.
Fabregas is likely to hold crunch talks with Arsene Wenger and the Gunners regarding his future before the World Cup starts and Barcelona will be keeping track of the negotiations.
Wenger's failure to achieve success since the Henry-days is seen by many as a reason why Fabregas may be interested in a lucrative move to Barcelona. Wenger will have to try hard to convince his influential midfielder to commit his future with the Gunners.
Whether Wenger succeeds or fails to keep his inspirational captain at the Emirates will hopefully be decided within these month.
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