Having a talented squad is always something to celebrate but it does cause problems. Too many times, players spend too much times sitting on the bench rather than getting out on the pitch. That’s happening to Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas at Chelsea, so could he return to Arsenal in January’s transfer window.
Just Four League Games
Fabregas remains one of the most talented midfielders in the English Premier League. However, the problem is he’s only played four Premier League games this season, compared to 32 last term. His days at Stamford Bridge seem to be numbered with the club’s owners willing to let him leave. That’s not pleasing their boss Maurizio Sarri who would prefer the Spaniard to stay until a direct replacement can be found.
It’s an impossible situation though because players such as Cesc Fabregas `can’t just be used as cover for an injury crisis. Fabregas may be pleased to hear that his boss doesn’t want him to leave but a few more Premier League games would be appreciated.
There’s talk of the Spaniard moving to Italy to play for AC Milan, but what if he decides to stay in the English Premier League? He had an illustrious career across London at Arsenal until leaving them in 2011 to join Barcelona.
Back to the Emirates
The Gunners have made a good start to the season, but all doesn’t seem to be that rosy off the pitch. Aaron Ramsey isn’t getting a new contract and Mesut Ozil seems to be unsettled too. The return of Cesc Fabregas to the club after a seven-year absence wouldn’t break the bank and would please a lot of fans who were sad to see him go in the first place. There are odds of 14/1 at SkyBet on him re-joining his old club and they offer just 6/4 that he’ll leave the club in the January transfer window.
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