Xavi said he expects to see Fabregas who has been heavily linked with the Camp Nou club, alongside him on the pitch next season.
"Two years I said Cesc would end up playing for Barcelona and now I have it more clear than ever," said Xavi as quoted to skysports reporters.
"He has also expressed publicly that he wants to come to Barcelona and when a player wants to move to some place he ends up going." "It is clear that Cesc will come to Barcelona," he added.
Fabregas has already admitted that he wants to leave his current english club Arsenal, and because the gunners side are determined not to leave the club, the move is yet not finalized.
But there has been reports that manager Arsene Wenger is willing to open talks over a transfer in a bid to raise funds for Bordeaux star Yoann Gourcuff.
Gourcuff could be the man to replace Fabregas should he exit the Emirates this summer and Xavi is confident his Spanish compatriot will be joining him in Pep Guardiola's side.