Medals not moolah give me a high, says Gunners skipper FabregasBy ANI
Saturday, October 23, 2010
LONDON - Though he has been engulfed by several transfer-related rumors, Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas has said it is medals and not money that gives him a high, and added that he would never join a club purely for money.
The Spanish midfielder, 23, fit to face Manchester City tomorrow after a hamstring injury, was quoted by the Sun as saying: “I would never join a club solely for money - that would be one of the last points on my agenda.”
“I love the game. I want to win things and would only want to play for a club that has ambition, a desire to compete and the ability to win trophies,” he added.
“There have been many players at many clubs over the years that have gone for huge money but haven’t done well. Conversely there have been many players who have arrived for nothing and have done very well,” Fabregas said.
“No team in world football can enjoy the financial power that City have - not just Arsenal,” he added. (ANI)