Cesc Fabregas gave a hint that he is open to return to Arsenal when the Chelsea deal comes to an end. The 31 year old midfielder spent close to 8 years with Gunners and won the FA Cup in the year 2005 prior to his movement to Barcelona in 2011. Thereafter, he was back to the Premier League after 3 years to become a part of Chelsea. There is no denying that he had a greatest career at Stamford Bridge. He is yet to begin a Premier League game this season for the Blues, but he has not given up.
Fabregas recently netted Guinness World Record as he achieved 100 assists in the Premier League in a shortest span of time. He has thus earned himself a place in Guinness World Records annual 2019. He successfully managed with 293 matches, 74 appearances more than the previous player Ryan Giggs. Fabregas may not be the fastest or strongest, but to earn this record in his career, it is indeed the proudest things in his job.