- David Moyes Looks To Strengthen His Midfield By Making Fabregas Move
- Arsenal Have First Buy Back According To His Current Contract
- Fabregas Not Pushing For Move, But Wouldn’t Stay If Offer Accepted
LONDON (Sporting Alert) — Manchester United have made a £25m bid for Barcelona’s Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas, reports in Spain and England are saying on Monday.
It is believed that Manchester United manager David Moyes, who after missing out on signing Thiago Alcantara, who joined Bayern Munich over the weekend, is now turning all his focus on signing former Arsenal attacking midfielder Fabregas.
It is believed that Barcelona are currently considering the offer for the Spanish international, but reports from Sky Sports News are claiming that the Spanish champions have not responded to the offer as yet, but believe the bid is well below their valuation of the player.
It is understood that Fabregas, although not pushing for a move away from the Camp Nou, would welcome a return back to England and wasn’t ruling out the possibilities of playing for the English Premier League champions.
The 26-year-old has openly stated his intentions to remain with the Spanish giants, but would leave should Barcelona accept any offer for him, as he believes that would mean he was no longer needed.
Fabregas spent eight years with Arsenal where he featured in 303 games and scored 57 goals before leaving to join Barcelona on a £25.4m five year move in August 2011.
Reports say that Arsenal, according to a clause in his contract, have first buy back for their former captain, but the Gunners, it has revealed, have no real interest in resigning the midfielder.