Cesc Fabregas Rejects Man United; Wants to Stay at Barcelona, Says Vilanova: Daily Soccer Report
The ball is firmly in Cesc Fabregas’s court regarding where his future lies. Barcelona manager Tito Vilanova says that Fabregas wants to stay at Barcelona. The Guardian newspaper reports that Fabregas would consider a move to Manchester United, while Sky Sports is claiming that there’s a four-way fight to sign Fabregas with United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City interested in the Spanish midfielder.
What a mess.
While The Guardian doesn’t attribute any sources, and Sky Sports seems to be just throwing the names of big spenders Chelsea and Manchester City into the mix, we need to wait until we hear official confirmation from Fabregas or Barcelona regarding the player’s intentions. Personally, I don’t think Fabregas is interested in leaving Barcelona even if it is for Manchester United. With Thiago leaving Barca, Fabregas will be even more key to Barcelona’s success in the future. And right now, this whole Fabregas chase is, I believe, just paper talk.
What do you think? Is there some truth to the Fabregas transfer saga? And should Fabregas consider a move to Manchester United where he would automatically become “top dog” in midfield for David Moyes’s club? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Cesc Fabregas rejects Manchester United; Wants to stay at Barcelona, says Tito Vilanova — 101GG
- Manchester United face four-way fight for Barcelona’s Cesc Fabregas — Sky Sports
- Cesc Fábregas would consider moving to Manchester United — The Guardian
- Arsenal ‘Running Man’ gets to meet his heroes — Evening Standard
- Luis Suárez named in Liverpool squad to tour south-east Asia and Australia — The Guardian
- Marouane Fellaini hopes to team up with his old boss at Manchester United — Evening Standard
- Stevan Jovetic: a winning combination of focused professional and big kid — The Guardian
- Danny Graham linked with Hull City move — Evening Post
- Christian Benteke wants Tottenham switch sealed by Thursday — Evening Standard
- Five sports staff face redundancy at Independent — Sports Journalists’ Association
- Fan-designed football kits are rubbish — Who Ate All The Pies
- Arsenal’s Ryo Miyaichi could make Dutch move — Evening Standard
- Arsène Wenger: ‘I experience every Arsenal defeat like a death’ — The Guardian
- Christian Eriksen rejects Bayer Leverkusen in favour of Liverpool — The Star
- Branislav Ivanovic would be happy to play with Luis Suárez — The Guardian
- Everton line-up Granada left-back Guilherme Siqueira in case Baines goes to Utd — Off The Post
- Ashley Williams salutes Garry Monk and brushes off Arsenal talk — Evening Post
- Simeon Jackson brings EPL experience to Eintracht Braunschweig — Bundesliga Fanatic
- BBVA Bancomer puts name to Mexican soccer league — SportsPro
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