Monaco midfielder, Cesc Fabregas has come out to say that deserves a happy ending at Barcelona. He, however, revealed that the Argentine will need time to make a decision on his future.
According to him, he doesn’t know what Messi would decide, but he definitely wants Lionel to remain in Spain for many more years.
Fabregas added that he is very happy that Joan Laporta is the president and he trusts him to take Barcelona back to where they belong.
His words, “I don’t know what Leo will do but I hope he stays at the club,”
“It is a very personal decision and let’s see how he feels and we will see what happens. I would like to watch him play his football at Barca for many more years and be successful because he deserves it for what he has done at the club.”
“I am very happy that Joan Laporta is the president. He is someone with a lot of personality. He is calm, he knows what he is doing and he has experience. I am very positive that he will bring the club back to where it belongs.”
On Hazard, “He knows what I think because I spoke recently and I told him what I feel,”
“He knows that he has been very, very unlucky. As I player, I think I was with him for five years and he was never injured, maybe only twice and mostly just small things.”
“For me to see that, it is shocking because you could never expect someone so strong, who you had seen fighting day in day out, playing every three days and not getting injured go to one of the best clubs in the world which was his dream to try and reach another level, and now this happens.”
“Of course it makes me sad because I always said Eden had the potential to be whatever he wanted to be.”
“He could win Champions Leagues, Ballon d’Ors and talent-wise, he is up there with the best. It is sad to see it but I still think if the little things going against him go the other way, then we will see the Eden we all know and love.”
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