Carlos Vela on Cesc Fabregas, “He will be going back to his country and it is good for him”
Written by Renzo on May 27, 2010 4:00
It is not yet known where Cesc Fabregas’ future lies but according to Mexican striker Carlos Vela, returning to Spain is good for the midfielder.
Speaking to the Daily Express, Vela was very honest in explaining that a big player like the Spaniard deserves to play in a team where winning trophies is the rule, and not the exception, adding how the 23-year old is surely disappointed for not winning anything for the last five years with Arsenal.
Vela has been in good form for his country this week but saw his National side succumb to two pre-World Cup friendly defeats against England and the Netherlands respectively. And speaking of the World Cup finals, the 21-year old said how he’s very excited of competing in such a prestigious competition.
He will be going back to his country and it is good for him.
It is difficult for big players, they want to win trophies and play in games like the Champions League final. I’m sure he’s disappointed we have not won anything for five years.
Of course it will be sad to see Cesc join Barcelona. He is the star of the Arsenal team and it is better to have him. But it is a decision for Cesc.
[Monday] was very strange. Normally England are very strong in defence. Mexico played some fantastic football in the first half. Unfortunately, England have some fantastic players and they were very dangerous.
I’m very excited. It is a dream to play in the World Cup. It is what you work towards every day.