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After months of speculation and anxious waiting the saga is finally over! Midfielder Cesc Fabregas will be moving to the Spanish La Liga to play with the current European champs, Barcelona. Fabregas spent his childhood playing for Barcelona's youth squad and returns to Catalonia after an eight year absence. The former Gunners captain will join the likes of Xavi and Andres Iniesta in the midfield for Barca and will be a welcome addition to the team's tika-taka style!

The classic vertical stripes have been stylized. There is also a new red round collar design and solid blue sleeves.

The official Nike FC Barcelona home jersey is engineered with NikeFit technology for comfort. Lightweight jersey has an embroidered Swoosh and Barcelona club crest on the chest.

100% recycled polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Cesc Fábregas con esta camiseta oficial de local del Barcelona FC hecha por Nike. Hecha con la tecnología NikeFit, viene con las tradicionales franjas verticales, pero estilizadas. Nuevo diseño en el cuello y mangas en azul. Logotipo de Nike y escu

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