With rumours circulating over the future of Cesc Fabregas, a Premier League return could be on the cards. But is this necessary?
The summer transfer window saw Premier League champions Manchester United supposedly enquire about the services of the Spain international but they were ultimately denied the opportunity to sign a deal the midfielder before securing Belgian international Marouane Fellaini from Everton.
Fabregas is a very talented player who could have helped United win the title for a second consecutive season. However, his connection with Arsenal would make this choice very difficult for the player as he may not want to lose his London fanbase.
Therefore, a move back to former club Arsenal would seem a sensible transfer for the player but he may also struggle to fit into the team with present players performing to such a high standard.
Although Fabregas does play for one of the world's top teams in Barcelona, it stands to reason that he would not be able to push Jack Wilshere or Aaron Ramsey out of the team. If this were to happen, I suspect fans would not be happy about this as Ramsey has been in fine form and is showing why he should be in the team by scoring goals and also setting them up.
Wilshere is another top young player and Wenger would be a fool to let him go. Arsenal's last home game in the Premier League saw Wilshere open the scoring on 18 minutes - a game in which new signing Mesut Özil would score 2 goals and show his class.
Özil is currently playing to an outstanding level and with Santi Cazorla soon to come back, Arsenal's midfield will only get stronger so they do not need the addition of Fabregas to their squad.
Arsenal are looking very strong this season - however a new striker will be more useful than another midfielder as this would add more pressure to their Premier League rivals.
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