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Fabregas signals Emery for Arsenal return

Timothy Aiyeku

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Cesc Fabregas

Chelsea player Cesc Fabregas has stylishly told Arsenal manager Unai Emery that he is willing and ready for a return to the club where he has got good memories.

Fabregas had joined Arsenal as a youth player before finding his way to Spain where he played with Barcelona and then left to the other side of London.

Life has not been good for the Spoons man as he is being denied starting role and enough playing time under manager Maurizio Sarri.

Fabregas has protested the development under the new manager but it is becoming obvious that he is surplus to requirement with the Blues refusing to hold talks with him knowing that his contract with the club ends in a number of months.

With Fabregas expected to leave at the end of the season, he made it clear that returning to the Emirates Stadium will not be a bad idea for him, noting that he still feels young and have the ability at the club having played 16 seasons of senior career football with about 750 games.

The former Barcelona player stated that he can still play about 60 games per season because his style allows him to play for a longer period of time.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.