Premier League: Wenger ready to fight for Fabregas to stay at Arsenal
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Premier League: Wenger ready to fight for Fabregas to stay at Arsenal

London : United Kingdom | May 20, 2011 at 4:43 AM PDT
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EXCLUSIVE: Arsene Wenger convinced Arsenal will win the league

LONDON: The Arsenal manager Asrene Wenger has made his intentions very clear that he will fight for his teams’ skipper Cesc Fabregas to stay with Gunners in next season as Spanish club Barcelona ready to bring back the Spaniard midfielder.

Wenger is planning to induct some experience players in Gunners for next season to strengthen his young squad. Arsene Wenger has been crticised by the Arsenal fans as he failed to win single silverware in last five seasons and as Barca eyeing to bring back the Fabregas in Nou Camp, Wenger has made it clear to Fabregas that moving to Nou Camp or any other club won’t guarantee a medal.

“What guarantees you that if you go somewhere else you will win trophies? I expect him to be here, and I will fight very hard to keep him here. You have always to fight when you have a player of that quality. You must always fight to keep your players,” Wenger said.

“The biggest pride for a captain is to be committed to his club and deliver trophies with his team. A player, who changes his club every time he is frustrated or when he doesn’t win a trophy, goes nowhere. I believe the quality of sports life is to be committed to your club and not just to move out when it does not go as well as you expected.

Cesc Fabregas played 22 games this season out of 38 and we expect him to play between 30 and 38. That will make a huge difference to our efficiency (next season) as well,” he added.

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