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This acquisition justifies Arsenal’s pass on Cesc Fabregas

Date: 7th July 2014 at 6:39pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Many, including myself, assumed that Arsene Wenger's arrogance in the transfer market had reached new depths when the Arsenal manager rejected the chance to re-sign former captain Cesc Fabregas last month, allowing the Spain international to join Premier League rivals Chelsea instead. Quite frankly, the narrative that his position in the Gunners starting line-up was already occupied by club record signing Mesut Ozil didn't wash; although it's true that Arsenal have a plethora of top, top talent in the middle of the park, the North Londoners are in no position to be politely turning down world-class stars at £30million a time, regardless of where they play. But upon news that the Emirates outfit are closing in on the signing of another surprise Barcelona outcast, Alexis Sanchez, egg and my face begin to firmly align. Sentimentalities aside, although the re-emergence of  Fabregas in North London would have been an overwhelmingly emotional moment for the Arsenal ... Read More


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