Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has ruled out the possibility of a summer transfer to Manchester United or Arsenal by reiterating his intention to stay at the Camp Nou for next season and beyond.
The Spain international's future has been the subject of constant speculation in recent weeks with Fabregas linked with a return to the Premier League before the transfer deadline in August.
New Manchester United manager David Moyes is reported to be planning a bid to bring Fabregas to Old Trafford as a replacement for the departed Paul Scholes, with an initial enquiry said to have been made.
Arsenal, meanwhile, reportedly retain an interest in recapturing the services of their former skipper, who left the Gunners for Barcelona in the summer transfer window of 2011 for a fee in the region of €40 million.
Fabregas, however, is not thinking about a return to Arsenal or a move to Manchester, but is focused on establishing himself more regularly for Barcelona and winning more honours with the reigning Primera Division champions.
"There is nothing to say," said Fabregas when asked about recent transfer talk, as reported by Metro.
"I’m very happy at Barca, and I want to stay for many more years to come."
Fabregas has scored 29 goals in 96 appearances for Barcelona since his transfer from Arsenal two years ago, while the 26-year-old has contributed 32 assists.