Skysports.com readers are split on whether Cesc Fabregas will be at Arsenal or Barcelona next season.
But bookmaker Sky Bet are convinced the midfielder will return to Spain this summer.
Fabregas reportedly wants out of Arsenal, favouring a move back to the Camp Nou during the transfer window, though understandably the Gunners are reluctant to let their star man leave.
However, Sky Bet are firm in their belief that Fabregas is on his way and offer odds of 1/8 that the Spanish international will be plying his trade for Barcelona by the end of August.
Sky Bet's Helen Jacob said: "Fabregas is keen to have his future resolved before the World Cup and we have already seen a flurry of hefty bets on him heading back to Spain."
In a recent poll in which more than 25,000 people voted, Skysports.com readers think Fabregas' future seems less certain, with 48.4 per cent believing he will remain at the Emirates Stadium, compared to 47.7 per cent backing a move to Barca.
Meanwhile, less than 500 people expect the 23-year-old to head to Real Madrid, which is available at 20/1 with Sky Bet.
Should Fabregas return to Barcelona, he is 12/1 to be the club's top goalscorer in La Liga in 2010/11, with odds of 5/6 for him to score over 10.5 goals in his first campaign in Spain.
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