Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas wants to leave the club for Barcelona, according to the Catalan's president Sandro Rosell.
The Gunners midfielder has continuously been linked with a return to Barca, where he begun his career, but this summer appears closer than ever to be making the much talked about switch.
And according to Barcelona's president, Arsenal's main man is doing everything he can to make the move to the Nou Camp.
"He [Fabregas] is doing everything he can to come here," Rosell told Catalan station TV3 last night.
"Pep knows the values of players and Cesc's is less than €40million. Barcelona will offer less and if Arsenal don't accept, then he won't come. Pep knows the club are not well-off in terms of money."
Arsene Wenger will be hoping that Arsenal can warn off several bids for their star players, with Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy linked with moves away from the Emirates Stadium.