If the twists and turns and conflicting reports of June 1 are anything to go by, this summer could be an interesting one - an one to drive supporters bonkers.
Hot on the heels of The Telegraph running an article entitled 'Arsenal rule out move for Fabregas', comes a report from Spain with an entirely alternate set of events.
Catalan newspaper Sport, write that Darren Dein, son of former Arsenal vice-chairman David, has met with Arsene Wenger to discuss the possibility of re-signing Fabregas.
Dein is the UK representative of Fabregas, and the paper claim that Wenger is exploring the possibility of re-signing the Spaniard.
Wenger is reportedly not willing to pay a penny over €36 million for the midfielder, who is also interesting Manchester City, United, Liverpool and Chelsea.
The report adds that Arsenal are keen on two more big name signings this summer, Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic and Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.
Cech could be available if the Blues re-sign Thibaut Courtois, but even so it's unlikely Jose Mourinho would sanction a sale to their title rivals.
Gunners fans may want to be cautious regarding the report not only for that reason, and the Telegraph's own claim Wenger is not interested in doing a deal for his former star.
Sport was the newspaper which reported a month ago Barcelona wanted to sign Mesut Ozil from Arsenal, and this month Juan Mata from Manchester United.
Yet there remains the possibility they have stumbled upon or unearthed a piece of genuine information that Dein's son is attempting to persuade Wenger into buying Fabregas back, and so it appears this one has a little more in the tank to run just yet.