Barcelona presidential candidate Marc Ingla is extremely confident Cesc Fabregas will move to Camp Nou this summer.
The announcement from the Catalan giants comes at a time when reports are claiming that the Gunners captain has decided he wants to return to Spain after a bust-up with Emirates Stadium chairman Peter Hill-Wood.
It is claimed that Fabregas told manager Arsene Wenger that he wanted to move back to Barcelona, where he spent his youth career, in April after Hill-Wood questioned whether he would be able to get into the Spanish champions' team.
Ingla, who is in contention to become the new president of Barcelona, is therefore very confident that a quick transfer can be settled for the midfielder.
He is quoted as saying in The Sun: "Cesc will be a Barcelona player, yes, yes.
"The money is not as important as his dream because he wants to return to Barcelona and it's a dream for our fans.
"Arsenal are a model club and to maintain good relations we will try to agree a good price. Of course Barcelona wants to complete a quick deal.
"I believe that Cesc's time at Arsenal has finished, they have benefited from him and now we hope to reach agreement."