Barca midfielder Cesc Fabregas recently addressed the media, but failed to provide clue as to his next club as rumours of his imminent departure from Nou Camp intensifies. Although Ukash bookmakers and many other bookmakers and newspapers believe he is off to Chelsea, Cesc has refused to give too much away in regards to his future in his latest interview.
The 26 year old who left the Emirates for his boyhood club three seasons ago, has endured a turbulent season, and rumours of his return to the Gunners have continues to surface in the media.
In manner reminiscent of his departure from Arsenal, the midfielder has refused to give the press any clue on his next club. While addressing the media yesterday, Cesc failed to reveal information on his next club.
The player was quoted as saying inMundo Deportivo that:
“I dream of scoring the winning goal in the final of the World Cup. You have to be at your best level since in this competition anything can happen.”
Last night on twitter, rumours of a move away from Barca was thick with as a deal of €33 Million was said to have been agreed between Barca and a yet to be named club believed to be Chelsea.
Similarly on the issue, Cesc’s teammate Gerard Pique has spoken in support of the midfielder. The Barca defender expressed his frustration over the way Cesc is being treated and undervalued by the management of the Catalan club:
“Cesc has never been sufficiently evaluated in Barcelona. He is not valued as he deserves (to be). Cesc would work in any club in the world, but this club is very complicated,“Pique Said.
While we await the mystery club the former Arsenal man is set to join this summer, Ivan Gazidis has sent a message of hope to all Gunners as the transfer window approaches.
Gazidis was quoted during a question and answer session as saying that Arsenal are “deep in conversations.”
“Transfers are obviously important and we are deep in conversations already. I am confident we will add what we need this summer,” he said.
“The manager is not scared to spend, has the experience, but as always will have to juggle a set budget.