Midfielder opens up about the possibility of leaving Barca.
Barcelona midfielder Alex Song has insisted that he is happy at the club despite rumours that they are willing to let him leave when the transfer window re-opens in the new year with former club Arsenal and Manchester United waiting in the wings, the Daily Star reports.
The Cameroonian midfielder, who joined the club from the Gunners back in 2012 for a £15m fee has yet to establish himself as a first team regular at the Nou Camp and is already being linked with a move away.
With both Arsenal and Manchester United keeping an eye on the 26-year-old, he spoke out about his desire to resist a return to the Premier League in order to stay in Catalonia.
“In comparison to my first year, I feel much better,” he said.
“When you move to a new country and have to adapt to a new language, a new culture, it requires time.
“What I have discovered here is that we are like a big family and everyone has welcomed me with open arms.
“Cesc (Fabregas) is like a brother to me. He took me by the hand and guided me through those difficult early moments, and that made me feel better right away.
“Now I understand the language a little more, although I still struggle to express myself. Life’s much better and I am very happy to be here.”
However, he has made just seven appearances for coach Gerardo Martino and has emerged as a target from both English sides as they look to bolster their respective squads, and Martino has claimed that he would be willing to let him go for just £10m.
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