Transfer rumours surrounding Cesc Fabregas future.

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  Cesc Fabregas has been a subject of speculation in the EPL which has made almost all the top EPL teams to be linked to the former Arsenal midfielder this summer.
  Here we look at possible transfer destination for Cesc Fabregas and reasons why some might not be possible;
Cesc Fabregas to Arsenal.
Even though Arsenal secured a first-option clause on their former captain,it might not be a good deal in the sense that,Arsenal already have formidable attacking options in the middle with Mesut Ozil,Santi Carzola,Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere.Rather a more defensive minded midfielder remains the priority.
Cesc Fabregas to Man Utd.
Reports claim the red devils are ready to offer Fabregas a substantial pay rise.United saw two bids rejected,the second of £25m, by Barcelona in the summer transfer window.Man Utd actually need someone like Fabregas to strengthen their midfield.
-Cesc Fabregas to Chelsea.
Rumour has it that chelsea recently has joined the race to sign Fabregas to replace Frank Lampard who announced his departure from chelsea in a heartfelt letter to the club supporters.
Even though Arsenal has some sort of first-option on the midfielder if barcelona decide to sell.He’s also never seemed too fond of Jose Mourinho and his Arsenal past could make a move to the nicer side of London a little tougher to justify.
-Fabregas to Liverpool.
Liverpool is also one of the EPL club to be linked with Cesc Fabregas .Former Liverpool player/legend Robbie Fowler believes Cesc Fabregas would be the ideal acquisition for Liverpool this summer.

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