FC Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has once again voiced his frustration at the lack of first-team football at the Catalan club.
The Spaniard was continously linked with a move away from Spain this Summer, with Manchester United keen on capturing the 25-year-old, however, the midfield-man revealed his intentions of staying at the club to fight for his place.
Ever since re-joining Barca back in 2011, Fabregas has been used as a fringe-player and has never really cemented a first-team spot and finally it appears that he has lost his patience with the management team.
“Today was time to say that I am here,” Fabregas said. “I know the boss has a starting team in his head, and I am not in it. I played a good game against Celta, and then I was left out for most of the two games [against Espanyol and AC Milan], and that really messes you up. Today I wanted to vindicate myself so that does not happen again.”
Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt