Chelsea and Spain international, Cesc Fabregas has revealed that he would be open to the possibility of returning to La Liga in the future but has taken his former club ( Barcelona) out of the picture.
The former Arsenal Captain went through the youth system of the Catalans, however he didn’t mark his first appearance before he moved to Arsenal in 2003.
Fabregas eventually returned to Barcelona in 2011 from Arsenal where he excelled, and spent three seasons with his youthful club before winning the Premier League title with Chelsea in 2014, his first season.
The 28-year-old has hinted that he would be prepared to play for another Spanish club aside from Barcelona amid suggestions that Real Madrid are preparing a summer move.
“Why not? Right now I am not thinking about it because I have a lot to settle at Chelsea after this season. I am not really thinking about anything else, but, in my opinion, the Spanish league is the strongest next to the English,” Fabregas told Marca.
“A return to Barcelona would no longer be possible, even if I wanted to. The Barcelona stage of my career is over, it is closed.”
Fabregas has scored five times in 45 appearances for Chelsea this season and keen on improving on that.