Barcelona annoyed with Cesc Fabregás

Barca’s new coach Tata Martino said that he could not imagine not having Cesc Fabregás in his team but he also alluded to the player having to come out and say his piece. Martino was speaking after the Joan Gamper Trophy where Barca netted eight goals past Santos.

The coaching staff wants Fabregás to stay and the club has rejected two offers already from Manchester United, with a third and last bid rumoured to be in the region of 35M euros. The player has communicated privately to the sports management that he has no intention of moving but for some reason, nobody trusts him.

The point is that the ex Arsenal FC midfielder has not come out publicly and say that he wants to stay – something that is beginning to create some discomfort with the Barca top brass.

The club considers that an official declaration of permanence by the player, through the media or the social networks that he uses, would reassure everyone and help to avoid unnecessary speculation about his future.

Last offer from Manchester United

The fact that Manchester United continued to increase its offer to 35 million euros and that Red Devils boss David Moyes revealed to the press his desire to sign Cesc, ensuring that he will fight to the end, has caused discomfort in the Barcelona camp.

The club is beginning to suspect that if the Old Trafford club is so confident, it is because it has something solid to cling to.

Even Barca itself has behaved in the same way in a signing when they had the “yes” of a player or at least an invitation to try and sign him.

In the case of Cesc, it’s nothing to do with economic ambition, although the wages being offered by United are astronomical. It appears to be a question of whether he fits in Martino’s plans or not. And that does not need words, but acts.

What ever happens in the league debut in the first leg of the Super Cup against Atletico Madrid could be decisive. Cesc Fabregás was a substitute in the Joan Gamper Trophy, but shone when he came on by netting two goal, an assist to Dongou and hitting the post.

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  1. No one is indispensable (except Messi of course)!

  2. Tangible says

    For how long are u barca fan ?? Since 2007 ???

  3. Olarewaju says

    I don’t think dt Barca has to be fighting wt Faregas, they should let him go if he wanted to leave.

  4. Fabregas can be agood partner with rvp


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