There has been massive reports recently claiming that the future of Arsenal former captain Cesc Fabregas is heading for the rocks at Barcelona with supporters urging the club to sell the midfielder in the summer. With Manchester United and Arsenal on alert at the situation according to the Express .
After making a name for himself at the Emirates, The former Arsenal captain returned to his hometown club Barca in 2011 but has now seemed to have lost the vibe that took him back to Spain with Barcelona fans calling for his departure in the summer.
The Spain midfielder, who arrived at the Nou Camp for £35million in 2011, has struggled for form this season despite playing more minutes than any other player since Tata Martino took charge.
With Barca on the verge of winning nothing this season, Barcelona’s supporters have become increasingly frustrated with the 26-year-old.
Speculation was rife after a poll by Spanish sports paper Marca claimed 50 per cent of Barca supporters want the midfielder to leave at the end of the season.
That has alerted David Moyes, who tried to bring Fabregas to Old Trafford last summer.
Arsene Wenger is also on the case with the Frenchman apparently keen on resigning his former captain.
Barca are currently fighting a transfer embargo that prohibits them from making any new signings, but they are still permitted to sell players.
If the Spanish giants go with the fans wishes and decide to let go of Fabregas, his likely destination would certainly be the Emirates as the player has in the past reiterate his desire to return to Arsenal where he made a name for himself, captained the team and was adored by the fans.
On the other hand, Moyes seem to be plotting a surprise move for the Catalan but in my own opinion, it would be advisable for the United boss to relinquish hopes of landing the player as Arsenal will always be his first choice in England as well as the assurance of champions league football which the gunners looks set to guarantee him with, which is something the Red Devils wont be able to offer him next season.