Fabregas “I want to continue to fight for every title possible”
Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas has openly revealed to Spanish magazine DIR Emotions that he is a Barcelona supporter, but also said that he wants to continue to “fight for every title possible” whilst at the Emirates.
The 23-year-old, who has been linked with a move back to former club Barca all summer, admitted that the last conversation he had with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was one of the “most difficult” he’d ever had.
Fabregas told the popular magazine:
“He [Wenger] doesn’t want me to leave. My last chat with him, in London, was one of the most difficult moments in my life. It was very hard.
“Wenger is a second father for me, the most important person in my life after my dad. He treated me like a son, I’m part of his family.”
“I’m Catalan, from Arenys, I grew up at the Masia, Barcelona’s youth academy…”
“I’m a Barça fan. I’m a club member, my grandfather too, my uncle, my cousin… I feel those colours since I was little.”
Cesc finished by telling everyone what we already know. The Spaniard’s aim is to continue to win trophies with Arsenal – most importantly the Champions League.
“I want to continue to fight for every title possible, because I am a winner.”