According to a Saturday report in British paper The Mirror, English club Manchester United are willing to double Cesc Fabregas’ salary in an attempt to convince him to leave the Camp Nou. Despite the fact that FC Barcelona’s sporting vice president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, affirmed this past Friday that Cesc Fabregas is an “un-transferable” player, the rumours of the English club’s interests for the midfielder have not stopped leaking. And now with an emerging personnel crisis in Barcelona, the hopes of the English club have apparently surged as they move forward in their attempt to sign the Spanish international.
According to The Mirror, Manchester United’s new coach, David Moyes, has convinced the board to set their sights on the Spanish number 10. They are preparing an official bid of 30 million pounds [35 million Euros], in addition to a mega offer to Cesc himself. Under the terms of the contract, Fàbregas would earn 200.000 pounds per week (around 232.000 euros), double what he presently makes at the Camp Nou.
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