Legendary Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, has admitted he refused to re-sign Cesc Fabregas, as a result of he needed to set an instance to the youthful gamers on the membership.
Fabregas returned to Barcelona in 2011, however three years later, the midfielder was on the transfer as soon as once more.
Arsenal had a primary choice to purchase the Spanish midfielder, however regardless of spending eight years with the Gunners, he ended up making a shock swap to Chelsea, who had been managed by Jose Mourinho on the time.
Fabregas has since admitted that his desire was to return to the Emirates and he was ready for his former membership to set off their choice.
Nevertheless, Wenger, in an interview with The Athletic, stated: “It was normal steering for me to make the gamers realise that in the event you go away right here, you don’t come again.
“It was a technique to retain the gamers who needed to see if the grass was greener elsewhere.
“I did it for Thierry Henry, Sol Campbell, Jens Lehmann, however they had been totally different.
“The younger gamers who left; I didn’t love to do it.”