Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has resumed light training with the rest of his team-mates this week, just days before the club hold their annual Members Day function on Thursday which the Spaniard is expected to attend.
The open training session – which is annually held at Emirates Stadium – allows Gooners to watch manager Arsène Wenger put his players through their paces as they get into shape for the forthcoming season.
Fabregas, 24, has been the subject of a long-running transfer saga with former team Barcelona wanting to sign the player they nurtured as a youngster.
A troublesome hamstring problem is still causing the midfielder problems ahead of the new Premier League season, meaning he’s not yet fit enough physically to be involved in the training matches at Members Day – although he’s expected to still attend.
This news comes shortly after Radio Marca claimed that Barcelona made a final offer of £36million for Fabregas, which includes add-ons and £5million from the players reported wage cut.
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