Arsenal have been put on red alert after Barcelona opened up the possibility of selling Cesc Fabregas as part of a rebuilding process this summer according to The Daily Star.
FC Barcelona are reportedly ready to consider any serious offers for the 25-year-old midfielder, and Arsenal will surely be interested in him; making sure no other team, especially in England; snatches their former hero.
It is becoming clear that Fabregas will not budge Xavi or Andres Iniesta out of the starting line-up and is ready to give up on his boyhood club in favour of a move.
Arsenal fans would undoubtedly welcome their former captain back with open arms after he left in a £35million deal in 2011, ending an eight-year stint in North London.
His move to FC Barcelona has seen him be a regular in Tito Vilanova’s first team but he is reportedly growing frustrated at being left out of the big games.
He has missed out on last month’s El Clasico defeat to Real Madrid, last week’s 4-0 loss against Bayern Munich as well as the club’s 4-0 victory over AC Milan at the Nou Camp.
He and his wife are keen to bring up his new-born daughter Lia in England, and it has been reported that he is purchasing a flat worth £5.4million in London, which leaves the question whether he is purchasing a flat for a return or not.
If Arsenal really want him back, it will not be simple, they should expect to pay the same fee they sold him for and when you consider the rumours of Wenger being handed a large war-chest to spend, Fabregas would surely be at the top of his list.
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