sport news Cesc Fabregas sticks the boot into Tottenham during Q&A

'Every goal against Spurs will do': Cesc Fabregas sticks the boot into Tottenham during Q&A as former Arsenal man reveals how close he came to joining ... and the pizza he launched at Sir Alex Ferguson had a pepperoni topping! Cesc Fabregas launched a Q&A with his fans on Twitter on Tuesday morning He put down Spurs and also revealed how close he came to Man United switch The former Arsenal midfielder was also asked about the 'Battle of the Buffet'

By Kate Mcgreavy For Mailonline

Published: 13:25 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 14:33 GMT, 7 January 2020

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Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas stuck the boot into Tottenham during a question and answer session on social media.

Fabregas, who currently plies his trade at Monaco, launched a Q&A with his fans on Twitter on Tuesday morning. 

As well as putting down Spurs he revealed how close he came to joining and that the pizza he threw at Sir Alex Ferguson had a pepperoni topping. 

Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas stuck the boot into Tottenham in a Q&A

Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas stuck the boot into Tottenham in a Q&A

He said 'every goal against Spurs' was his favourite when asked on social media on Tuesday

He said 'every goal against Spurs' was his favourite when asked on social media on Tuesday

Fabregas celebrates his goal during league match against Spurs on October 31, 2009

Fabregas celebrates his goal during league match against Spurs on October 31, 2009

FABREGAS' GOALS AGAINST SPURS

September 15, 2007: White Hart Lane, outside box, right foot, assisted by Tomas Rosicky (Arsenal won 3-1, Premier League)

October 31, 2009: Emirates, outside box, right foot, assisted by Robin van Persie (Arsenal won 3-0, Premier League)

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