Fabregas, Isco And Rosicky : A Transfer Merry Go Round

With clubs already making plans for the summer, reports are already rife as to the future destination of some top players. Three names that seem set for a switch in the summer are Fabregas, Isco and Rosicky. In fact, if you judge sports betting sites, these 3 are odds on to leave their current clubs.

Fabregas seems disillusioned with life at the Nou Camp. Playing out of position on the left wing as against the central midfield where he is at home and even on the wings, he has found starts hard to come by. With the apparent unhappiness, reports are linking him with a return back to Arsenal. That doesn’t seem far-fetched after Barcelona revealed their intention to bring in 4-5 players in the summer and in the wake of their 7-0 demolition in the hands of die rothen, they might be thinking of a squad overhaul.

One of the names linked to Barca is Spanish sensation Isco. The Malaga star is a reported target for the Blaugranas. He would be a good fit as he can play in the midfield and is also at home playing on the wings. He is certainly an upgrade to Fabregas owing to his vision, skills and eye for goal.

While Malaga would be loathe to see him go, they would take solace in the arrival of Arsenal’s Czech star Tomas Rosicky. The Czech star is more than an able replacement for Isco. The only blip been his advancement in years. Rosicky would jump at the opportunity to move to Malaga. It means more first team football. The Czech captain is talented but has been forced to play second fiddle to Wilshere and Cazorla in the Gunners’ midfield.

With this transfer merry go round, all the players and teams would frown but also smile. In Fabregas, Arsenal would be adding creative spark to the midfield and Fabregas would be returning to his rightful position. In Isco, Barca will be adding a genuine attacking threat to compliment the efforts of Messi. Their over-dependence on the Argentine really showed in the humiliating loss to Bayern. They need another outlet, Isco could provide that.

In Isco, Malaga will be loosing their best player but in Rosicky, they will be getting a decent replacement at a cheaper value. Also, Rosicky will have an opportunity to enjoy regular football again. At Arsenal, his talent seems to be wasting away.

Like I said, all are still media reports but could become a reality in the summer.

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