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Cesc Fabregas - Barça - Arsenal: Deal to be announced in the next few hours!!!


The Arsenal board will meet up today and everyone, including the British BBC, expects the Cesc transfer to Barça to be officially announced in the next few hours!!!


Ivan Gazidis, Arsenal's general manager, Peter Hill-Wood and Stan Kroenke should take Arsene Wenger's words into account and phone FC Barcelona to confirm the acceptance of the offer. As you know, The French Grandpa has already given up hope of retaining his captain.

It is believed the final offer from Barça to Arsenal is 29MILLeu now, plus the 5MILLeu that Cesc will pay himself, plus 6MILLeu in the future in terms of variables such as FCB winning the Champions League or La Liga.

- I think Cesc has probably done enough to come the Camp Nou this season. I was very disappointed with his attitude last year, when he gave up his dream of returning home without a proper fight due to Wenger's promise to allow him to leave this summer.

Cesc has decided to pay 5MILLeu towards his transfer, refused to play for Arsenal during the preseason and only trained with them over the last few days. I still missed his transfer request, but this may prove not to be necessary if these reports are true.

ARSENAL: LET CESC COME BACK TO BARCELONA ALREADY!!!!!

JOIN THE BARçA DEBATE: What do YOU think about the Cesc transfer?

Comments

  1. Pawan Bany11.8.11

    glad to hear that .

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  2. Alaa Ezziza11.8.11

    welcome fabregas

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  3. Jennifer Tripot Fernandes11.8.11

    BIENVENIDO ♥

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  4. Josiah Humphrey11.8.11

    why am I skeptical? this better be the end!

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  5. Kenneth Batubo LordSkiddo11.8.11

    Hope we ainT bein faKed''''+ ;;#*+!!/:*

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  6. Drago Robert Meze11.8.11

    Bienvenudo Cesc!!!!

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  7. Anonymous11.8.11

    I still don't see where he would fit in other than the bench. He won't be in the starting 11. I understand that he wants to come home, but he's going from being captain to sitting on the bench.

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  8. Brighton Rajab Musa11.8.11

    il exercise due restraint n patience til i hear this muv has bin finalized.forca barca

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  9. Anonymous11.8.11

    I ave been expecting Him since I'll be very happy to see him in Barcelona Jessy

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  10. Gorge Luis Lema Pullay11.8.11

    por fin a llegado ese dia 11

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  11. Krisna Agung Dewantoro11.8.11

    Alhamdulilla.. Praise god... Welcome home cecs

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  12. Miguel Ángel Muñoz García11.8.11

    SI SI SI SI Cesc cap a la seva casa!!!!

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  13. Yayat Muzaiyat11.8.11

    I do really, still doubt about it...!
    :(

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  14. Carina Albor11.8.11

    Well nice news to wake up too (being in California) but I agree! This better be the end!! =/ so stressing lol

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  15. Irena Hercog11.8.11

    jajajajaja :)))) hope it's true...fingers crossed! :)

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  16. Finally! He'll be a great sub for Xavi, and a mentor for Thiago. :)

    I'm also glad that he took a page out of Masche's book and is paying some of his transfer money from his own pocket. :)

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  17. I will be great to see him at the camp now

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  18. What can Cesc Fàbregas add to Barça?

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  19. Wale Onafowokan11.8.11

    attacking options, dressing room, a stabled team. team with options. a leader mentality :D

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  20. Emil Udbjørg11.8.11

    Also he is a decent backup for Thiago

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  21. Mishael Onyedika11.8.11

    The more good players we have, the better for us as a team. The season will be a very long one.

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  22. Jay Shah11.8.11

    A perfect replacement 4 Xavi in future Nd can also lead d team in future after puyol. !!

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  23. Saw Chee Wei11.8.11

    what can fabregas add to barcelona ... INJURIES ! ! !

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  24. Alex de la Ciocana11.8.11

    Nothing !Barca is amazing ..even without him, and we've already seen that.

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  25. Ibraheem Olalekan Lawal11.8.11

    cesc is really good but tiago isnt bad as well..always barca

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  26. Drago Robert Meze11.8.11

    He will add to the quality of the squad. While our first eleven is superb, there was a concern about the quality of the backups. With the signings of Sanchez and Cesc and the promotions of Thiago and Fontas, that concern has been alleviated.

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  27. i hope it's true cos we all have been expecting him.
    Am coming home am coming home tell the world am coming home, i hope you are comhng back home cesc.

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  28. So here comes the number 4 :))

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