As you all no doubt know, Cesc Fabregas is once again the subject of a great deal of transfer speculation.
Everyone and anyone is having their say on what will happen to Cesc, from Barca players to Thierry Henry to people like us on the Internet.
Fabregas has a contract with Arsenal that runs until 2015, and considering the relationship between Arsenal and Barcelona, Fabregas may not be going anywhere this summer.
But why should he move to Barcelona? Why should he stay at Arsenal?
Here are a few reasons why Cesc Fabregas should stay, and a few reasons why he should be on his way back to Barcelona.
Barcelona is Cesc Fabregas's home. He was born in Catalonia and began his footballing career there with the Barcelona youth teams.
He left Barcelona because he didn't look like he was getting any first-team football. At the time, Arsenal was very much "plan B."
Now that there is a chance to move back home though, the original "plan A" of playing for Barcelona is very much a possibility.
Unless Arsenal has become option A, which if his reported comments are anything to go by it hasn't, why not move back home?
He also has plenty of friends back in Barcelona.
These friends, including Villa, Xavi, and Messi are all urging Fabregas to come home.
This doesn't mean that Fabregas doesn't have friends at Arsenal; he's good friends with Rosicky, for example.
However, he has far more friends at the Nou Camp. He grew up with the some of the Barcelona players and regularly spends time with others in the Spain squad.
Being able to see some of the people he grew up with every day, and being surrounded by people speaking your native language is a very attractive proposition.
Arsenal haven't won a trophy in five years. Barcelona have won seven trophies in the last two years.
This interesting, if well known, statistic suggests that if you want trophies, Barcelona is one of the very best places to be.
Arsenal, however, are a young side who are developing and could soon be back at the top of the pile.
Sound familiar? That's because the same thing is said every year. That's not to say that it won't be true this time around...Arsenal might just win the league.
However, they don't have nearly as good a chance of winning as Barcelona does.
If Fabregas had stayed at Barcelona, he would now have won an impressive 12 club competitions, as it is, he has managed just one.
If Fabregas is after trophies, Barcelona is the ideal place to be.
Considering the amount of effort and money Barcelona seem willing to spend on Fabregas, especially considering there financial situation, it seems unlikely that Fabregas is viewed as a bench warmer
If he is playing regularly, he will be playing and training with some of the best players in the world, many of whom are his international team mates as well.
Not only will these players help Fabregas improve his game, they will also improve his chances of getting more playing time for the Spanish national side.
The more Fabregas can play with the guys who he will play with for Spain, the better. If he knows them better, he is bound to be more effective when he plays with them.
Cesc Fabregeas isn't the biggest, or the strongest, footballer. He is very much a technical and skillful playmaker.
That doesn't mean that he hasn't learned to adapt to the more physical Premier League. In the last couple of seasons, he has become more aggressive and more effective for Arsenal.
However, despite this improvement and the exceptional level to which Fabregas plays for Arsenal, he would undoubtedly feel more at home in a La Liga environment.
Playing in La Liga would also reduce Fabregas's chances of getting injured. He hasn't completed an injury-free season for Arsenal in the last three years.
The higher emphasis on skill and passing in La Liga would suit Fabregas and could see him perform even better.
All of this suggests that a return to the southern Spain might be a good idea.
It's not like it's the easiest decision in the world. There are reasons for Fabregas to stay at Arsenal as well.
At Arsenal, Fabregas is the captain and the star of the team.
At Barcelona he most definitely wouldn't be captain, and he would be one of a host of stars, being singled out for far less praise than he is at Arsenal.
Being the top star at your club is great for the ego, which in turn makes you play well.
But there is more to it than simple ego. As captain, he has a responsibility to the other players, after all he is their leader.
That doesn't mean he can't leave, but it does mean that he has a responsibility to talk to his colleagues and find out what they think.
Arsene Wenger made Fabregas the player he is today.
Wenger was smart enough to realise that Fabregas was a potential superstar, and so he made Barcelona make a mistake they are now regretting.
Wenger gave Fabregas the chance to play week in week out for Arsenal at the age of 17.
This means that by the age of 23, Fabregas has been playing club football at the highest level for six years.
This experience allowed Fabregas to become the youngest player to play for Spain in the last 70 years. This wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for Wenger.
Wenger has a reputation for being able to manage youth players incredibly well, and Fabregas is one of his finest works.
He may have begun is footballing career at Barcelona, but Wenger turned it into something that Barca now want back.
Opinion is bound to be divided over whether Fabregas owes Wenger anything (just doing his job vs. nothing without him). Either way, Wenger has proved that he can manage Fabregas exceptionally well.
What about the fans?
The vast majority of Arsenal fans want Fabregas to stay. His match-winning performances have made him very popular with the fans and they therefore want him to stay.
This isn't a case of the fans wanting shot of a player, it is the exact opposite.
Fabregas shouldn't have to stay against his will, however much the fans may want him to stay.
However, that Arsenal fans haven't turned on Fabregas, despite Barcelona and their players' multiple attempts to pry him away, shows how loyal they are to him.
Fabregas has done nothing to dispel the rumours that he actively wants a move to Barcelona. All it would take is a quick announcement to say "I'd like to stay."
Fabregas is smart enough to realise that this means the fans want him to stay, something that may well play a part in his decision.
Despite the amount Barca are preparing to spend, Fabregas isn't guaranteed a start week in week out at the Nou Camp.
Guardiola plays a 4-3-3 formation with Xavi, Iniesta and Busquets in midfield.
In order for Fabregas to fit into such a formation, someone would have to be dropped.
The other option would be to alter the formation to allow Fabregas to play. But do you want to change a formation that has seen as much success as Barcelona's has had?
Fabregas has been given an idea of what it might be like to play for Barcelona after he was limited to a substitute's role at the World Cup this summer.
It seems more likely that Guardiola will rotate players, giving the midfielders a lighter work load without having the same player starting on the bench every week.
Is Fabregas prepared to sacrifice an automatic starting berth in order to play for his home club?