Cesc Fabregas could still sign for Manchester United, despite having two bids already rejected.
Manchester United rookie manager David Moyes has revealed he is willing to push through a bid of £32million to secure the services of the Spaniard, according to The Independent.
With Barcelona having rejected two previous bids for the former Arsenal captain, talks looked as if though they had broken down. Moyes though, has said he is willing to pay big-money to see the World Cup winner wear the famous red of United.
The playmaker re-signed for his youth club Barca in 2011 for £25million, with a further £4million in variables, and after two successful seasons – which saw him score 29 times and assist 32 times in 96 games – Fabregas could be on his way back to the Premier League.
With Moyes having already missed out on former Barca player Thiago Alcentara, the Scot will do his upmost to secure the player - and so he should. Fabregas could be the final piece in the Manchester United jigsaw.
United have lacked a creative midfielder in the last few years, despite having signed Shinji Kagawa last season. He failed to make a real impact on the Premier League, and looks more at home on the wings.
Fabregas could form a vital partnership with Michael Carrick in the midfield, and with sharp shooting striker Robin Van Persie up-front, United could have the perfect core to form their team around.
Ultimately, Moyes shouldn’t hesitate in spending big in his first year. Fabregas has proven himself at every club he’s been at, proved himself in a number of positions and proved himself as a team player.
So offer the money Moyes, this could be a make or break transfer for United.
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