Fabregas Gunning For April Return
Arsenal captain, Cesc Fabregas is hoping to return to action at the beginning of April.
Fabregas suffered knee ligament damage at the back end of last year in an innocuous challenge with fellow countryman Xabi Alonso.
However Cesc is well on the road to recovery and hopes to be back in action for the Man City tie at the beginning of April.
'The doctors have told me that in the next 10 days or so I can start touching the ball again,' he said.
'The most important thing is working on my legs to build them up, which will take another three weeks or so. Hopefully, in five or six weeks I will be back playing. I am looking at the Manchester City game on 4th April as a realistic comeback date.'
'The problem with this injury is that it is on my right knee and on the inside of the knee, and of course my game is a lot about passing, I touch the ball 120 times per game, so all of the time I am using that leg.'
'I have to make sure it is 100 per cent cured before I come back.'
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