7 reasons why Arsene Wenger should re Stop trying to pretend you don still love him People always say success is the best form of revenge, and that's certainly been the case with Arsenal and Cesc Fabregas.
Gunners fans went through an abridged version of the seven stages of grief when the Spaniard rocked up at Stamford Bridge last summer, moving from disbelief to a heady cocktail of depression and anger. Those feelings only intensified when their former captain won his maiden Premier League title as a Chelsea player, but this season Arsenal fans have finally been able to move on to acceptance mostly because Fabregas has been utterly terrible. Arsenal, meanwhile, have the chance to end the year as the league leaders, and though it may seem like the Gunners have moved on, a return to the Emirates Stadium may not be out of the question for Fabregas and it may not be as ridiculous as it first sounds, either. It's claimed that Cesc has already asked to leave Stamford Bridge, and here's reasons why we should think Arsenal should be his next destination 1. Upgrade on existing midfielders Let's be honest: Fabregas is still leagues ahead of the likes of Mathieu coach outlet sale zabaw Flamini, Tomas Rosicky and Mikel Arteta. It's easy coach outlet purses pockets to forget just how good he was during his Arsenal years, or even during the first half of last season, but with the coach bags on sale online aforementioned trio set to be moved on in the summer, Fabregas' arrival would ensure none of them would really be missed. Arsenal can and need to do better coach outlet stores in illinois than this now It's always worth having another body in midfield given Arsenal's injury problems in that position too 2. Cazorla's heir? Bear with us a minute. Saying that Fabregas could now replace Santi would be tantamount to treason in Arsenal fans' eyes, but it makes sense. At 31, you have to wonder whether Cazorla is coming to the end of his peak, and there are also doubts over how long the Spaniard will remain at Arsenal, with his current contract set to expire in 18 months. Cazorla replacement could be closer to home than Arsenal may realise A club like Arsenal needs to continually be looking to the future, and at 28, Fabregas could easily step into Santi's shoes were he to start declining or leave the club. Is he Cazorla's equal? Not at the moment, but at his best he definitely is. 3. Goal threat Cesc may not be amongst the goals at Chelsea at the moment, but there's no denying that he was a serious goal threat during his peak Arsenal years.
Top scoring Arsenal midfielders since 2007 4. Assist overload A lot of the talk this season has been about how much better Mesut Ozil is than Cesc, and how the German is on track to beat Fabregas' personal best for assists in a single season at Arsenal. The comparisons between the two are inevitable, and while Ozil is undeniably the better player at the moment, why can't we stop the hate and imagine what it'd be like to have them in the same team? Just imagine them together A good again Fabregas and in form Ozil playing together would be borderline unfair on the rest of the Premier League, and their efforts to beat each other's assist records could take Arsenal places they've never been before.
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