Cesc Fabregas has shared his Premier League Fantasy football team – and while he has two Arsenal stars, he only has one from Chelsea.
Fabregas spent eight years with Arsenal, winning the FA Cup and the Charity Shield with the Gunners.
After three years with Barcelona, he then spent four-and-a-half seasons at Chelsea, helping them to two Premier league titles, the FA Cup and the League Cup.
But he seems to fancy Mikel Arteta's side more this season, judging by the fantasy football selection he shared on social media.
The midfielder, now with Monaco, posted his 3-4-3 formation on Instagram with the caption "My new team, thoughts?"
And the only Chelsea player he selected was centre-back Kurt Zouma, while from Arsenal he chose Mohamed Elneny, who impressed in the win over Manchester United on Saturday, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
But his allegiances to Arsenal and Chelsea didn't stop him from picking two Tottenham players in Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min.
Fabregas has Liverpool keeper Alisson in goal, with Burnley's Tariq Lamptey and Manchester City centre-back Ruben Dias alongside Zouma in defence.
He has Liverpool's Mohamed Salah alongside Elneny, Aubameyang and Son in midfield.
And up front, Fabregas has gone for Wolves star Raul Jimenez and Leeds ace Patrick Bamford alongside Kane.
Aubameyang captains the side with Kane as the vice-captain – so Fabregas will be hoping for plenty of points from Arsenal and Tottenham's games this weekend against Aston Villa and West Brom respectively.
On his substitutes bench are goalkeeper Jed Steer from Aston Villa, Brighton defender Bernardo, midfielder Jairo Riedewald from Crystal Palace and Leeds United defender Oliver Casey.
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