Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas says any player would be interested in a move to Barcelona right now following the Catalans' Champions League triumph against Manchester United in Rome.
The la Liga and Copa del Rey champions secured a first ever treble for a Spanish outfit on Wednesday, as goals from Samuel Eto'o and Lionel Messi saw off Sir Alex Ferguson's charges at the Stadio Olimpico.
And Fabregas, who joined the Gunners from Barca in 2003 and continues to be linked with a return to the Nou Camp, has hailed his former club's emphatic performance against the Premier League kings, admitting it would be difficult for any player to turn down their advances after such an incredible campaign.
"Which player would not like to play for a team like that at the moment?" he told ONA FM.
"They are probably the best team that I have seen play in history and I have a lot friends there who are always telling me great things.
"Of course, you feel envy in a healthy way because of the way they play football. Everyone's dream would be to play in a team like this."
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