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Cesc Fabregas may have completed his move to Barcelona but he must still be remembered fondly at the Emirates Stadium.
The former Arsenal captain may have pushed through his move to his boyhood club but can you really blame him?
Having signed for Arsenal in 2003 from Barcelona’s youth system, Fabregas rose to the Arsenal first time at the age of 16 becoming their youngest ever player.
After the spine of the invincible Arsenal team left the club Fabregas settled into the midfield and has not looked back since.
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He became club captain in 2008 succeeding William Gallas and began to attract interest from his former club Barcelona.
With over two years of interest from the Catalan club, and Arsenal trying to keep hold of their prized possession, the deal has finally gone through and Arsenal will once again begin rebuilding an inexperienced side.
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