Cesc Fabregas has hit out at an Arsenal fan on social media after being criticised for his actions during his time at Chelsea.
The Spanish midfielder spent eight years with the Gunners before moving to Stamford Bridge via Barcelona.
Despite being a hero among Arsenal supporters, his spell at Chelsea cast him in a different light to the club’s fans.
And one fan has seemingly not forgotten Fabregas’ decision to switch allegiances across London.
Replying to a post by an dedicated Arsenal blog regarding Fabregas on Twitter, user @afcjaybrady labelled the former Gunners captain a “snake” and blasted him for ‘throwing the club under the bus’.
He then slammed Fabregas for patting the Arsenal badge on his shirt, and later posted an image of the star doing the same at Chelsea.
Fabregas responded: “If you think I’m capable of doing what you are suggesting I did, you don’t know me at all and my feelings towards all of you what so ever.
“I was actually telling the fans they will always be in my heart, but of course your interpretation must be miss guided [sic] by a simple image.”
The 32-year-old is now plying his trade at Monaco and is currently in a coronavirus enforced lockdown in France.
He recreated an amusing skit from Eddie Murphy film ‘Coming to America’ by shouting to his neighbours from his balcony.
Fabregas also clarified a story of him circulating in the press last week about the time he bought ex-Chelsea teammate Willy Caballero a Range Rover.
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