Manchester United Make Improved Bid Of £30m Plus Add-Ons For Cesc Fabregas: Daily Soccer Report

Manchester United have reportedly made an improved bid of £30million plus add-ons for Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, according to Sky Sports.

The Red Devils are not giving up the chase for the Spanish midfield maestro despite the fact that the Barcelona vice-president says that Fabregas is non-transferable. United may feel there’s an opportunity to lure Fabregas away now that there’s a question about who will become the new manager of Barcelona after Tito Vilanova stepped down.

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5 thoughts on “Manchester United Make Improved Bid Of £30m Plus Add-Ons For Cesc Fabregas: Daily Soccer Report”

    1. The bid just started a few days ago. How is it enough already? That’s how the transfer market works. You bid, they accept or reject then you submit a better offer, back and forth like that.

      1. Fabregas left Arsenal to go “home”. He wants to play in Spain and has expressed that many times. He’s not leaving.

        If someone at United thinks that money or first team action is the issue, he would have never left Arsenal in the first place.

        The guy wanted to go back to Spain. That’s where he’s staying.

        And he just happens to play at one of the biggest clubs in the world. And he is a solid contributor to the Spanish national team.

        He isn’t leaving. United should bid on someone else. They look foolish on this one.

  1. Pls someone should tell David Moyes that manutd is not Everton he should go for another midfielder why is he wasting time on Fabregas , De Rossi is there Fellani etc he should go for as many midfielders as possible he is too slow for my liking.

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