By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 08 Aug 2013 • 15:42
He's going nowhere...
It has been reported that Cesc Fabregas has pledged allegiance with Barcelona despite Manchester United hopes of signing the midfielder.
United had placed two bids on the 26-year-old which they both rejected and it was alleged that they were close to a third offer which would have broken the club’s record of €35.6 million.
It is claimed that Fabregas has wanted to triumph with the Catalan giants since he was a child, he is happy with the club and has not spoken to any other in the last two years. He began his career at Barcelona and after a few years playing with Arsenal, he returned to the Nou Camp on a five-year contract in August 2011.
Rumours started that he wanted to return to the Premier League, and even though there have been many changes at Barcelona, he still seems very intent on staying where he knows he wants to.
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