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Can Man City emulate Tottenham’s achievement last campaign and break into the Top Four? Tom Powell previews the contenders.

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas admits he is in two minds over his future with Barcelona eager to sign him this summer.

The World Cup winner left Camp Nou as a teenager to join the Gunners, but with the Spanish champions prompting keen for him to return, Fabregas faces a dilemma.

“I’m a Barca fan, I’m a socio, as is my grandfather, my uncle, my cousin… I have felt the colours from a young age, I’m Catalan,” he told magazine DIR Emotions.

“However, I’m the captain of Arsenal, I’m a ‘Gunner’, and I have become a player there and matured as a person.”

During his time in England, Fabregas has worked under the tutelage of Arsene Wenger and admits to sharing a strong bond with his boss.

“He is a second father for me, the most important person in my life after my father. He has behaved really well with me and taken me in like a son. I am part of his family,” he said.

“He doesn’t want me to leave. And in my last conversation with him in London, it was one of the most difficult moments I have experienced. I ended up very upset.”

Can Man City emulate Tottenham’s achievement last campaign and break into the Top Four? Tom Powell previews the contenders.

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