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Cesc Not Worried About Future

Since arriving at Arsenal, Cesc Fabregas has been a revelation, at only 18 years old he has already amassed more than 50 appearances for the Gunners.

With a number of Arsenal's senior star yet to commit their future to the club, the young midfielder has already signed a long term deal, which he is very happy about.

'I don't know what's going to happen to Henry, Pires or Cole or any other player next summer,' he stated.

'They are very important players for Arsenal and team-mates who you don't want to see leaving the club.

'They have the final word not me. But I'm not worried. Arsenal will always be a good team.

'I took a huge step forward when I decided to extend my contract last summer until 2011. That was special for me because it means that the club want me to be here.

'It's the same for Jose Antonio Reyes and he also believes that we can achieve great things here.'




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Date:Tuesday November 15 2005

Time: 2:09PM

 

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