Fabregas is likely to sign a new contract at Arsenal after the problems we’ve had this year with Flamini and Hleb.
Cesc already earns about £60 000 a week, but to keep him at the club it looks like Wenger will have to be a bit more competitive and may offer up to £100 000 a week.
Sagna has been offered a new contract, and Clichy just signed a two year extension, he had this to say:
“We’re at the end of our discussions. Everything’s going well because my intention is clear: I want to stay at Arsenal.
“I would love to have a career here like Patrick Vieira or Thierry Henry, to stay many years at Arsenal and leave my mark on the club.
It seems that Wenger has realised that to keep the best players at the club we need to have them on contracts which rival other big clubs, but we don’t necessarily have to blow our wage structure in doing so.
We have great players, who on the most part realise that what we have at Arsenal is quite special, and that Wenger can bring the best out of a squad, but when big offers come, such as Milan’s for Flamini, they may be tempted.
I would say though that the Flamini situation was exceptional, in that he was a fringe player for 3 years, and was going to leave in the summer.
That was why his contract was not renewed, and then when he played so well this season Milan were able to pull him away with a hefty wage packet, and a chance he couldn’t have dreamed of last summer, when it looked like he was joining Birmingham!
One thought on “Fabregas’ new contract – The result of Flamini’s move?”
I hope Fabregas doesn’t leave!
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