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Chelsea Want Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas This Summer Through £50m Deal

February 8, 2011 By Isaac Asante
Chelsea look set to collect the Premier League’s best stars in their club, as they have revealed intentions of landing Arsenal’s Cesc Fabregas during this summer’s transfer window for another fee of £50 million.
If this transfer gets successful, then the Gunners’ skipper Cesc Fabregas could be the second consecutive superstar to join the Blues this year—after fellow-Spanish player Fernando Torres. Torres was transformed into a Chelsea soldier late in the January transfer window, following a record fee of a half a hundred million pounds; and billionaire Roman Abramovich is prepared to splash some cash again for another talisman.

Chelsea believe Cesc Fabregas will serve as a perfect helper of Frank Lampard in their midfield, and it is believed that the club will do its upmost to overshadow any upcoming FC Barcelona bid for the Arsenal midfielder. Barca have long been on the tail of the Spaniard, and they came extremely close to signing him last summer, subsequent to the captain’s request to leave for Spain.

Imposing efforts from Coach Arsene Wenger however prevented the Spanish champions from reaching their target, but Chelsea could be somewhat luckier on the next occasion. Fabregas has already expressed his desire to return “home” to play alongside stars such as Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta, and Gerard Pique; but the Blues could well seduce him this summer by presenting him a mix of hard cash and season opportunities.

Shocks indeed happen in football, and the 23-year-old could truly be the next playmaker to settle at the Stamford Bridge. In any case, Fabregas still owes his Arsenal family, and an unsatisfying outcome at the end of this season could keep him longer under the dominance of the Gunners.

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