The Sickening Thought of Fabregas At Chelsea
If Liverpool fans had an appalling disgust which turned their stomachs seeing Fernando Torres wearing the blue of Chelsea, just think of the unimaginable repulsion Arsenal fans might feel if they were to set their eyes upon their talismanic captain, Cesc Fabregas scurrying around the pitch wearing the Chelsea kit. That tiny strip of red around the neck of the Chelsea strip would be a sickening reminder of the wonders Fabregas produced at the Emirates with his vision, creativity, and an innate understanding of timing and space being used against Arsenal for the blues.
That would be the situation if the current Arsenal captain would agree to a reported move worth £50 million funded by Chelsea’s billionaire owner, Roman Abramovich. Several newspapers have splashed the news across their back pages, with Arsenal fans, and perhaps even Barcelona fans feeling their heart skip a beat or two before realising that it must be just another ludicrous rumour which, even if it were true, Wenger and those in charge at Arsenal would never agree to.
Fabregas would surely not disrespect the club he has stayed so loyal to for so long by moving across London to join his clubs relatively local rivals while joining his compatriot Fernando Torres in attempting to lift the Premier League trophy.
The Daily Mail says: “…billionaire Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly set his sights on gazumping a rival bid from Barcelona and will launch a £50m bid for the Spain international in the summer.”
Football is dominated by money. Some club owners give it away like cheap sweets, footballers take it and ask for more like little children, and football agents take up the parenting role by telling their clients what they should and shouldn’t be having. Surely though, players like Fabregas, who clearly love football, and have loyalty tattooed into their hearts do not find money as the main attraction to play for a club.
Fabregas has been loyal to Arsenal, but has an obvious love for Barcelona – a love he cannot really be blamed for. He was a Barcelona supporter as a child as he grew up there, and they now play some of the best football with the best players in the world while they win trophies left right and centre; currently sitting comfortably top of La Liga – he has reason to be attracted to them.
Apart from a slightly improved chance of winning the English Premier League and a bigger salary, I can’t think why the little play maker would want to go to Chelsea from Arsenal.
In the end, it is all about the players decision, and, in conclusion, any possible move to Chelsea is pretty much out of the question for Fabregas if he keeps to his word. Remember:
“If I decide to leave Arsenal, it will be to wear the shirt of Barcelona
“If I leave, it will only for Barcelona. I just wish to leave, whether they [Barcelona] want me or not,”
Tell me what you think!
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