Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has kept quiet about his future despite ongoing speculation that he could be leaving the Catalan club in the summer.
The Spanish midfielder has struggled to cement a first-team spot since joining Barcelona from Arsenal back in 2011 and seems to be behind Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets in the midfield ranks at the club.
After struggling to gain first-time experience at the Nou Camp, it has been suggested that Fabregas will weigh up his options when the current campaign comes to an end.
When joining Barcelona back in 2011, Fabregas said he would love to retire at the club, but insisted that if he were to leave, he would only go back to Arsenal and if he is prepared to leave Barcelona, the Gunners are ready to make a bid to bring back the ex-captain.
It is reported that Arsenal have a 'first-bid' option which they agreed with Barca when they agreed to sell Fabregas back to them and they will be ready to bid for the 25-year-old if he is prepared to leave.
Despite all the ongoing talks about his future, Fabregas himself has kept quiet about his future.
"I do not know what is being said and even what is written," he told Cadena Cope. "I can only say that I alone know my own future."
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