Goal understands that Manchester City are preparing a £30 million bid for the Barcelona star, who is widely expected to leave Camp Nou, but the Blues join Manchester United, Liverpool and the Gunners in also monitoring his situation.
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"I have read that Cesc could go to Chelsea but I prefer that he comes to Arsenal. He has given a lot to the club and he knows it well," the ex-Villarreal star told reporters ahead of La Roja's final World Cup warm-up game against El Salvador.
"I hope that he is happy, he chooses his club well and is comfortable there."
Cazorla argues that Fabregas's performances for Barcelona have not merited some of the criticism that has been sent his way and believes that he would be warmly welcomed back on British shores.
The playmaker added: "I don't see any differences between his performances in the Premiership and with Barca.
"His record is spectacular at Barcelona and he has demonstrated that he has adapted but they haven't given him the same value as in England."