Arsenal and Manchester United will battle to bring back Cesc Fabregas to premier league. However, it looks like the Red Devils’s manager is more desperate to sign the Barcelona star after losing out on another Catalan Thiago Alcantara who joined Bayern.
David Moyes has claimed that Manchester United fans can expect good news in near future and their wait for signing a top top player will end sooner rather than later. Will that player be former gunner Cesc Fabregas? We will have to wait and see.
Fabregas is going to cost around 30 million Euros and the English Champions are only concentrating on bringing the Spaniard to Old Trafford this summer as far as things stand.
On the other hand, Arsenal for now are focusing on signing Liverpool star man Luis Suarez. Reports suggest that the gunners will come back for the third time with an improved bid of 40 million pounds to convince Liverpool to sell him.
According to Manchester United’s official website, David Moyes stated on Fabregas’s situation:
“I couldn’t tell you exactly. I’m in contact with the executive vice chairman, who has been dealing with it just now.
“I’ll hopefully know a little more in the next day or so. It’s the middle of the night back in England right now so I may have a bit more information in the next day or so about how it’s going.
“We’re trying very hard to make some additions to the squad and hopefully there’ll be some good news in the not too distant future.”
The concern for Arsenal fans is that the mere thought of witnessing Fabregas in a United shirt is painful.
Even though, Arsene Wenger stated that they are monitoring his situation and will bring the clause into action if needed, still it is highly unlikely that after spending a mammoth sum on Luis Suarez, they will also go for Cesc this summer.
Fabregas is glad to play for one of the best clubs in the world and won his first ever La Liga title with them. No matter how much he loves Arsenal, Barca and United have more chances of winning a trophy next season than gunners. Will that influence his decision? Only time will tell.
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