Vice-president of Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu told Man Utd that they won’t sell Cesc Fabregas, the midfielder, at any amount offered.
David Moyes, Man Utd manager revealed this Thursday that deal was in process but Spanish club insists that no offer would be accepted regarding Fabregas, aged 26.
Bartomeu said that United’s interest in Cesc Fabregas happens to be obvious as he is one great player though it doesn’t bother them and no matter what was offered to them, they weren’t selling him.
Champions of Premier League have failed regarding 2 bids for former player of Arsenal, recent of which tends to be at £30m plus the add-ons.
It was Gerardo Martino, the new manager’s 1st news conference after being appointed as the replacement of his Tito Vilanova’s, that Bartomeu happened to be speaking.
Martino said that he wasn’t going to get himself involved in accounts of the club, but considering club already has rejected 2 offers, it could be guessed it would reject any 3rd or in simpler words, Fabregas would remain there.
Their first move was made by United for Cesc Fabregas on July, 15th, by tabling £25 million bid and Ed Woodward, the executive VC then went to home from club’s tour of Asia for trying to have his capture secured.
However, Reds are told that regardless of the amount of bid, Spanish champions won’t listen to the offers.
Bartomeu added that if there was any higher offer they wouldn’t accept it and they were proud that any club such as that wanted a player of theirs.
Since 2011, when Fabregas joined Barcelona after leaving Arsenal, he has played ninety-sex times, including sixty league games, though he only rarely did feature in his role of midfield that he prefers, with Xavi, aged 33, as well as Andres Iniesta, aged 29, being ahead of Fabregas in pecking order.