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David de Gea has told Cesc Fabregas to join Manchester United

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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has revealed that he's told Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas to join the Red Devils. 

As reported by Portuguese newspaper ABola, the 23-year-old 'keeper - who is teammates with Fabregas at international level - has admitted that it will be complicated for the midfielder to join Manchester United this summer. 

As well as United, a number of Premier League clubs have also been linked with the player's services, with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal all having been credited with interest in the £40 million rated star. 

It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United step up their interest in the Spanish international in the near future, but De Gea would certainly welcome him with open arms to The Theatre of Dreams. 

Speaking to reporters, the United 'keeper said: "He is a top player, there are many clubs who want it and are in Barcelona, club of his life. I have spoken to him to take to Manchester, but will be complicated."

Manchester United fans, much like De Gea, will be hoping the club can land the former Arsenal man in the transfer window.

The Red Devils have suffered in the middle of the park in recent time, with the likes of Michael Carrick, Tom Cleverley and Marouane Fellaini all having struggled for form and consistency. 

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