Arsenal Transfer Rumours: 5 Reasons Why Arsene Wenger Should Sell Cesc Fabregas

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Arsenal Transfer Rumours: 5 Reasons Why Arsene Wenger Should Sell Cesc Fabregas
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The Cesc Fabregas transfer saga has gone on long enough.

Arsenal have endured another heartbreaking campaign, failing to win silverware for a sixth-consecutive season.

Although their talismanic captain is clearly the club's best player, it is time for him to go. He has come out publicly with his desire to return to Barcelona and reunite with his Spanish compatriots.

With pressure mounting on players and manager Arsene Wenger to deliver trophies, changes must be made at the North London club.

The constant rumours linking Fabregas with a move away from the club has only been a hindrance and distraction. Although Arsenal can no longer be considered a young side, the transfer talks surrounding the Spanish midfielder cannot help with the club's continued development and growth.

As captain and face of the club, Fabregas should be an exemplification of everything that Arsenal is and strives to be. While he may be one of the best midfielders in the world, his clear desire to leave has tarnished the Spaniard's legacy as club captain.

Over the past few seasons, Wenger has built the team around the midfield maestro. Although the Gunners have played some of the most attractive football in recent history, this current group of players have not delivered a trophy.

The Spaniard's market value has almost reached its peak, and Wenger needs to capitalize on the exceptionally high demand for his captain and midfield general. It will be in Arsenal's best interest to sell the player this summer.

Here are five reasons why Wenger should sell Fabregas, now.

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