Fabregas was captain of Arsenal but decided to rejoin his boyhood side eight years after leaving the Nou Camp for England.
Arsenal managed to sell Fabregas for £35million but many fans slammed their then star midfielder for jumping ship.
Cesc Fabregas fired back at a journalist who questioned his motives for leaving Arsenal
Fabregas tweeted his followers to ask which of his shirts bring him the best memories
Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton reopened a can of worms after Fabregas displayed a selection of his previous shirts.
Fabregas asked his followers ‘which one brings you the best memories’ along with a picture of several of his shirts he had worn at Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea and Monaco.
Breton then replied: ‘The one where you Arsenal captain. You traded that to sit on the bench at Barcelona.’
Fabregas snapped back by stating what he achieved during his time at the Catalan club in what was his second spell at the club.
He tweeted: ‘I started in 121 games out of the 151 I played… I won 6 titles, I scored in 2 finals, won a league of 100 points having played 36 games, 43 goals and 47 assists… but yeah, cool.’
Fabregas decided to leave Arsenal in 2014 in order to rejoin boyhood club Barcelona