Fabregas has once again been linked with a return to the Catalan club, where he came through the youth ranks before signing for the Gunners in 2003. Barca have failed to sign their former player in each of the last two summer transfer windows, but Sagna believes it could be a case of third time lucky for the Catalan club. "I can say it's true that Cesc wants to go to Barca," the right-back told former Paris Saint-Germain coach Luis Fernandez on France's RMC radio station. "Fabregas wants to return to his country of birth, to his city, where his family are; he wants to play for one of the best teams in the world, Barcelona, and that's understandable. "At the moment, however, he is still Arsenal's captain." While Sagna believes Fabregas may leave London, the defender is hopeful Nasri will stay at the English club. "Samir is happy at Arsenal, but I don't know what the best thing is for his career," he said. "He has been one of the best players in the team this season and he is one of the symbols of this team. I hope to find him there when we return for (pre-season) training." Meanwhile, Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has told his club's fans he shares a "profound disappointment" with them but has promised a busy summer in the transfer market as the club look to end their six-year trophy drought. What had once looked to be a quadruple bid imploded once the Gunners lost the Carling Cup final to Birmingham, and they ended the Premier League season in fourth place. Another season without success saw some fans voice their unhappiness with manager Arsene Wenger, especially over his apparent reluctance to spend big on new signings. But at a question and answer session with the Arsenal Supporters Trust on Monday night, Gazidis has pledged to start putting things right. "Coming off the end of the season, I share with you a sense of profound disappointment," he said. "It is very clear we had some shortcomings and in this close season we are going to see some turnover of players. "Some new signings will be coming in and some of our existing squad will be going out. As Arsene has said, it will be a busy close season for the club. "But also it is important to recognise that it has not been a disaster. We have a young squad and we don't want to throw the baby out with the bath water. The trick will be to identify which parts to keep and which parts to turn over. And we will do that within our financial capabilities."