Cesc Fabregas to leave Barcelona after all

It appears that Cesc Fabregàs will leave after all according to reports from Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo. The paper claims that Cesc’s agent has been involved in talks with various Premier League clubs and has even struck a deal with one of them, thought to be Liverpool. More on Cesc Fabregàs

United and Arsenal on red alert as Barcelona open door to Cesc

According to Goal, Cesc Fabregas may be heading for a Camp Nou exit in the summer. With Gerardo Martino almost certain to face the axe, the Barcelona star could be made available as the Catalan giants shake up their squad in a bid to find lost form. United and Arsenal have been placed on red alert. More on Fabregas exit

Gunners and United could offer Fabregas a lifeline

26 year old Cesc Fabregàs could be offered a lifeline back to the Premier League by former club Arsenal FC and Manchester United. Fabregàs is not having the best of seasons and the fans are not behind him. Could Fabregas return to the Premier League?

Cesc Fabregas to treat following games as 19 finals

The Barcelona midfielder believes the Catalan giants can win all their remaining matches and thus secure all three trophies. “I made a complete mess of the corner”, admits Cesc when asked about Almeria’s goal on Sunday. More on Fabregas

Mourinho should shut up says Fabregas

Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has told Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho to shut up and mind his own business. Cesc Fabregas is amazed that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has slated Barcelona and called their team “the worst in recent years”. More on this story

Cesc Fabregas: I owe Arsene Wenger nearly everything

Barcelona midfield star Cesc Fabregas has said that he owes nearly everything to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. After eight years and one trophy, Fabregas came back to his native Catalonia to find success with Barça but still credits Wenger as one of the most important influences on his career. More on Fabregas

Alex Song: “Cesc has shown me the way”

Alex Song is enjoying this season with more opportunities in the starting lineup. The Cameroon international is optimistic: “Barcelona is the best team in the world and they always have to improve. Today, our opponents learn and work hard and to win a game before even playing it, is impossible. We have to prove we are the best team in the world . . and we have to win every game,” said Song on the website of the Catalan giants. More on Alex Song

“We have to move forward without Messi” says Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fàbregas was speaking at a press conference before the game against Celtic and spoke about the absence of Leo Messi: “He is the best player in the world and he will always be missed. We’re sad about his injury, but we shouldn’t have any regrets. We need to move forward without him.”Continue reading