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Friday, May 14, 2010

Will Cesc Fabregas Move to Barcelona in Summer 2010?

It is a question that journalists have been tired of asking and club officials of Arsenal and Barcelona have been tired of answering. The 23-year-old Spanish international has been heavily linked with a move to the Catalan club for the last few seasons. Having moved to Arsenal from Barcelona youth camp in 2003, Cesc Fabregas has grown into Arsene Wenger’s finest asset at the Emirates stadium.

Cesc Fabregas is one of the world’s best attacking midfielders at the moment and a number of clubs including Real Madrid and Manchester City have shown their interest to sign him. However, Barcelona remains the only likely destination for Fabreegas and he recently revealed that he would join the Catalan side should he leave Arsenal.

Barcelona president Joan Laporta, who presidential term will finish this summer, has always been full of praise about the club’s former student. His likely successors Sandro Rosell and Alfons Godall are also heavily using Fabregas in their bid to win the election.

Fabregas recently said that he wants to sort out his future at the North London club before heading to South Africa with Spain’s world cup squad.

Meanwhile, Peter Hill-Wood, the Arsenal chairman, revealed that Barcelona would not try to sign Fabregas this summer. Well, here lies an indication that Barcelona may try to sign him next season.

Now, I suspect there could be a secret deal by which Fabregas may join the Barcelona next season. Don’t get me wrong. You can check what happened to Cristiano Ronaldo when he left for Real Madrid.

Madrid and Manchester United came under a deal one years before Ronaldo’s move and Madrid’s president outgoing president Vicente Boluda oversaw the whole process. Then finally Ronaldo arrived at Real Madrid last summer when Florentino PĂ©rez took over as the chairman of Real Madrid.

It seems that sometime like that could happen to Cesc Fabregas, and his recent wish to join Barcelona also gives more ground to this suspect.

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