Spaniard is not an automatic first choice in Catalonia at present.
Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is remaining coy about the chances of him making a stunning return to the Emirates at the end of the season, reports the Metro.
The hugely-talented Spain international only departed north London for Barcelona for 29 million euros two years ago, however, the player has struggled badly to both adapt to his new team’s style of play and win a regular place in the Liga giants’ midfield at Camp Nou.
And despite what look like impressive statistics since signing for Barca, where the 25-year-old has scored an eye-catching 28 goals, as well as contributing a further 31 assists to the Catalans’ cause in just 92 games in all competitions, Fabregas has not found the going easy with La Liga’s champions elect.
However, whether Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger would be either willing, or perhaps more importantly, able to fund the return of the Gunners’ one-time midfield star remains open to doubt, with Fabregas contracted to Barcelona until 2016.
Meanwhile, the player himself was tight-lipped on the whole subject, being quoted in the Metro as saying: “I do not know what is being said and even what is written. I can only say that I alone know my own future.”