The Barcelona (and ex-Arsenal) midfielder Cesc Fabregas has decided to take action and sue Sport Magazine for the fake article they published on Tuesday in which ex-Gunners captain supposedly made some very poor remarks on Arsenal.
The article proved to be a creation of Sport Magazine, and after they published it, The Sun and other newspapers took it as well. That’s why everybody thought that The Sun, who have the habit of inventing one or two stories from time to time, were the ones who started the story.
In the article Sport Magazine published, Fabregas was quoted to have said: “I respect that Arsenal don’t have the same financial opportunities as the others.”,
“But it was part of my decision to leave that I find it hard to see Arsenal winning the Premier League or Champions League in the near future.
“If you look at the team this season I can’t see them finishing in front of teams like Manchester United or City, or Chelsea. There’s just too big a difference between the squads.
“I still have many feelings for Arsenal, but I fear that they won’t be able to push the other big clubs in England away.”
“I want to be in a club that is able to win the big titles year after year and I don’t see that kind of future for Arsenal.
“I hope they will replace me and the others that have left with some quality players and maybe they can take Arsenal back to their level as champions.” (Sport Magazine)
The Spanish player denied everything on Friday on his personal Twitter account: “I have not given any interviews since my press conference at my presentation.
“There, I just said the truth and what came out of my heart: great words about a great club, because success and trophies is just what they deserve.
“I want Arsenal to be successful as much as every single fan. That is not why I left, it was never in my mind. Arsenal made me who I am today.”
He now decided to sue the newspaper and he already spoke to numerous legal advisors about this problem. Thank god he took action. It’s about time somebody sued a newspaper for invented articles. They should stick to real things not sell a bunch of lies to the people who buy the paper.