United linked with Otamendi

Manchester United’s summer spending was around €85 million as they signed: Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind, Angel Di Maria and Radamel Falcao but even with all of those high profile players, Manchester United have still struggled trying to connect a string of consistent triumph and performances.

Mourinho Accepts Fabregas Was Best On Team

Chelsea boss José Mourinho has accepted that Cesc Fabregas was easily the best player on the pitch in the club’s opening Premier league match of the season against Burnley. Chelsea conceded an early goal that threatened to disrupt their positive start to the season, but they stunned their opposition with a brilliant first half in which they were almost unstoppable. Three goals inside 20 minutes asserted their superiority in the match and allowed the players to have a relaxed second-half. Fabregas, Diego Costa, and Thibaut Courtois were all the key players making their debuts for Chelsea in this match.

Talks Ensued About Fabregas Removal

There had been a lot of talks in the last 24 hours about the removal of the image of the new Blues signing Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal’s home ground i.e. the Emirates Stadium. People believed that the Gunners took such a step because of their intense rivalry with Chelsea. But, the reality is something else.

The Arsenal officials yesterday made it clear that the reason behind the removal of the image was the weather which was stormy yesterday.

Mourinho believes Chelsea has won Cesc Fabregas race

Jose Mourinho believes Chelsea have been successful in the capture of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas as a direct replacement for the outgoing Frank Lampard and according to reports in London, he thinks a formal announcement can be made before Spain take on The Netherlands in their opening group game this weekend as well.

The former Arsenal star looks all set to end his honeymoon period with the Catalan club after the arrival of new manager Luis Enrique who has made it clear that the Spanish international does not figure in his plans for the future.

Enrique Raises More Questions About Fabregas Future

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has raised more questions about the future of Cesc Fabregas after refusing to comment about the midfielder in his first press conference as the Barcelona manager. Enrique was appointed as the new manager of Barcelona after the club decided to part ways with Argentine Gerardo Martino. The disappointing campaign in which the club failed to win any major trophy for the first time in almost decade is excited to bring several changes both in terms of playing and managerial staff.


Arsene Wenger has revealed that he could not resist the advances of Cesc Fabregas, who wanted to go back to Barcelona so badly that the manager in the end accepted to his desires. Fabregas is regarded as one of Arsenal’s best players in the last few decades.

In the eight years he represented the club, he became one of the best players and it was not surprising to see Barcelona paying £ 35 million for his services. He joined Arsenal as a 16-year-old after failing to make the grade at Barcelona, but his love for the club was one of the reasons for letting him leave according to Wenger.


Barcelona did a fantastic job against Premier league title chasers Manchester city in the first leg of their Champions League match at Etihad stadium. He managed to win the match 2-0 after goals from Lionel Messi and defender Dani Alves.

Fabregas Is Rooting For Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas (Spanish Footballer) is really wishing that this football season Arsenal is able to win the Premier League title as it will be awesome to witness Arsenal win after a 9 year long wait. He wants Arsenal to compete and defeat Manchester City and Chelsea and secure the Premier League title.

Fabregas recently admitted that he watches Premier League and especially those matches of the league in which Arsenal is playing. He is absolutely excited to witness how the league results turn out to be this season.


Cesc Fabregas has denied the reports of him not happy after being called back into the dugout by the Barcelona manager towards the end of the game against Levante.

Fabregas had started that match and was looking in fine touch. It seemed he would play the entire game, but, surprisingly, Gerardo Martino who is in charge at Barcelona at the moment decided to take him off with about 17 minutes remaining.


After playing with Arsenal 8 years, the Spanish midfielder made his move to Barcelona on August of 2011 in what was one of the longest transfer sagas in modern times. Even though the transfer was completed some time ago, Jack Wilshere wrote on Arsenal’s website that the departure of Fabregas made him more upset than anything else.

"The one I was really upset about leaving was Fabregas, I learned so much from just watching him," he told Arsenal's official club website. "He's similar to me starting at a young age. He later went on talking about the latest addition of Arsenal, Mesut Ozil.