Fabregas and Nasri set to leave

So our skipper and the greedy Frenchman look as though they will defiantly be on their way out of Arsenal and it is only a matter of when. Fabregas we all know has been “injured” for some time now and has been in talks with the club and Arsene Wenger, Barcelona officials claim that it is only a matter of hours until the deal is done. As for Nasri, it seems Man City are going to get their man and even though we agreed his pay rise to 110 a week he still wants more. And now after a fight with Arsene Wenger it seems he is willing to let the player go to City for a Fee Around 25 Million pounds.

Along with other players Marouane Chamakh expects both Samir Nasri and Cesc Fabregas to depart the north London club before the transfer window shuts. He was quoted on L’Equipe saying that he expected the star duo to be on their way out:

“I think both players will quit the club,”

“I don’t think it’s a matter of money for the Fabregas or Samir deals being held up, I think it is a case that the manager is looking for their successors and he hasn’t been able to find them.”

“I think before letting them go, he wants to find the players to replace them. That’s my opinion about the situation.”

“The problem is the season starts this weekend, and it’s even more difficult for us now.”

“I think in the situation the club is in, they should only let one leave,” Chamakh said.

"Cesc – he's wanted to leave for several seasons because he’s born in Barcelona.”

“But Samir is now in a situation where he has one year left on his contract, so if they don’t sell him this summer he will leave for free at the end of the season.”

“It is bizarre that they have not managed to sign an extension with him," he added.

So it seems it’s not only us players that think the two will be on their way. For me, Fabregas has wanted to go so long and we can understand why he wants to leave. So let’s let the injury prone Cesc warm their bench. As for Nasri, the greedy one hit wonder, who thinks that 6 months means you are the best player in the world, well he can go, but I hope he knows that the curse of Arsenal (more on this later) will get him and that Arsenal will be just fine without him (provided we make some signings of course). But I have Faith.

In Arsene we Trust…..

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