Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas surprised his followers on Twitter by inviting questions on the microblogging site and the 30-year-old’s response to one particular fan had tongues wagging as the Spaniard admitted he could return to former side Arsenal in a coaching capacity sometime in the future.

 

Fabregas came through the ranks at Barcelona’s famed La Masia Academy before joining Arsenal’s youth setup in 2003. The central midfielder would make his debut for the Gunners senior side soon after and went on to make over 300 appearances for the North Londoners before rejoining boyhood club Barcelona for a €34 million fee.

A popular figure at the Nou Camp, Fabregas spent three seasons in the Catalan capital before coming back to England in the summer of 2014.

His return to English shores, however, didn’t go down well with a vast majority of the Gunners faithful for Fabregas had opted to join rivals Chelsea.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger reportedly passed up the chance to sign his former player and Fabregas was a instant hit with the Blues as they lifted the Premier League title in his first season with them.

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Despite all the hate that has been spewed at him by unforgiving Arsenal fans, it seems the 30-year-old, who is in London as he did not get called up for Spain for their friendlies against Germany and Argentina, would jump at the chance to come back to the Emirates.

There were plenty of eye-opening responses from Fabregas on Sunday, as the Spaniard revealed his favourite assist for Chelsea was the one he made on his debut against Burnley:

 

When asked what his best moment in football was, pat came the reply:

 

Fabregas was of course, referring to his assist for Andres Iniesta’s goal in the final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

La Furia Roja, then the reigning European Champions, lived up to their billing by lifting world football’s greatest prize in South Africa by beating Holland 1-0 in a tempestuous final.

Considering he’s played first in the Red and White of Arsenal and the Blue of Chelsea, it wasn’t surprising to read that the 30-year-old’s favourite goal was one he scored against the Lilywhites aka Tottenham Hotspur:

 

Despite being dropped from Julen Lopetgui’s Spain squad, Fabregas clearly will be backing his compatriots to go all the way this summer at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia:

 

Fabregas is no longer a confirmed starter at Chelsea, but admitted he was open to the idea of playing in a role similar to the one Andrea Pirlo essayed at Juventus:

 

A Twitter user asked Fabregas whether he considered himself the king of Premier League assists, to which the midfielder responded in the negative:

 

Currently on 111 assists, Fabregas trails Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs (162) in the all-time assist charts but could overhaul the Welshman if he manages to play in the English top-flight for five seasons or more.

Fabregas saw the humorous side of this query as he insisted he was still the ‘pengest’ player at Chelsea:

 

N’Golo Kante is widely considered as among the finest defensive midfielders in the world and Fabregas was all praises for his club teammate:

 

To further endear himself to the Blues faithful, Fabregas revealed he loved the chants the fans sing at Stamford Bridge for him:

With the international break ending soon, Fabregas and Co. will next be in action when they host Tottenham Hotspur for a crunch Premier League clash on Sunday.

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With the fourth-placed Liylwhites ahead of them by six points, Antonio Conte’s men will go all out for the win as they seek to finish the season in the top-four and hence, qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League.