Fabregas commits to Arsenal as Milan cool Adebayor talk

ARSENAL captain Cesc Fabregas yesterday rubbished reports that a lack of silverware has made him hanker for a return to Spain, insisting his future lies in north London.<br /><br />And Emmanuel Adebayor also looks likely to stay with the Gunners, after AC Milan played down their interest in the unsettled striker.<br /><br />Fabregas had been quoted as saying Arsenal were &ldquo;impotent&rdquo;, following a fourth consecutive season without winning a trophy, fuelling speculating that the former Barcelona midfielder could join Real Madrid.<br /><br />But the 22-year-old yesterday emphatically insisted that although he is frustrated by the Gunners&rsquo; lack of success, he remains determined to lead them to long-awaited glory.<br /><br />&ldquo;For anyone who is unclear or may have misunderstood what my position is, let me make myself absolutely crystal clear. I am wholeheartedly committed to Arsenal and my future lies with this great club,&rdquo; he said.<br /><br />&ldquo;It is a fact that we have not won a trophy for four years and yes, I am angry about that, but that anger stems from the deep deep desire I have to win things with Arsenal.<br /><br />&ldquo;I am proud to captain this team and proud to wear the shirt. It really upsets me when people express my thoughts otherwise.&rdquo;<br /><br />Adebayor, meanwhile, is thought to be available at the right price, after a disappointing season, but his principal suitors AC Milan said yesterday that he was only third on their shopping list, after Wolfsburg&rsquo;s Edin Dzeko and Luis Fabiano of Sevilla.<br /><br />&ldquo;We are only looking for a forward, and our aim is Dzeko,&rdquo; said Milan vice-president Adriano. &ldquo;If we fail to get Dzeko then Luis Fabiano could be an alternative &ndash; as could Adebayor.<br /><br />&ldquo;We had a meeting with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, but they didn&rsquo;t offer him to us. Had they done that, we would have entered talks.&rdquo;