Arsenal legend Thierry Henry believes that Cesc Fabregas will be a success wherever he decides to move – with reports claiming the Spaniard is set to return to the Premier League.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal have all been linked with his services lately after reports in Spain claimed Barcelona had touted his services to a number suitors with their asking price set at €36m (£29m).
Asked in an interview with Sky Sports about whether Fabregas will be able to adapt to the Premier League again, Henry said: "He did it before so I don't think it will be a problem."
"Cesc is strong, I saw him coming up at Arsenal at just 16-years-old, playing with us with no fear. If your name is Cesc Fabregas you obviously are going to have some teams coming for you," the French striker said.
"I don't know if he is going to leave Barcelona but I am just saying if you are that type of player, and especially what he has done in the past in England, it's obvious they are going to come for him but I don't know what he is going to do."
Meanwhile, Henry has also backed Arsene Wenger's decision to commit his future to the Gunners by signing a new three-year deal.
"Knowing Arsene I knew he was going to stay - especially after winning the FA Cup final.He loves the club so much that I think it is always going to be difficult for him to leave this club, he signed another three years and hopefully they can be successful," Henry added.
"You only miss people when they have gone and then you will probably realise what he has done for the club."