Premier League.

The Cameroonian international only swapped England for Spain last summer, but is already be linked with a move back to Arsenal or Manchester United due to a lack of first-team action.

The 26-year-old has found holding a starting berth down difficult at the Nou Camp, with the likes of Xavi, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Busquets and Cesc Fabregas all battling for a spot in the centre of the pitch.

This has led to rumours that Song is considering his future, with a January switch a possibility.

However, despite interest from former club Arsenal and United, the enforcer says that he is not thinking about a move.

“I don’t know what will happen tomorrow. I spent seven fantastic seasons there, but honestly, I’m not asking myself that question for the moment,” he told Radio RMC.

“We’ll take whatever comes. For the moment, I’m fully committed to Barca.”

Song carved out a reputation as a combative yet creative midfielder with the Gunners, which led to Barca moving to snap him up.

Arsenal are believed to be keen to have him back, while David Moyes is though to see him as the ideal solution to his current woes.

Should Alex Song come back to England?

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