Since leaving Arsenal to return to his old home Barca, Fabregas’ position has not been the `boss of the midfield` like what this player still holds at the London Gunners.

Last season, although Fabregas made 47 appearances, more than half of them were from the bench and often played as a virtual striker instead of his natural central midfielder position.

Currently, Arsenal, Man City and even Man Utd are closely following Fabregas’ movements.

Basically, Fabregas’ class and experience with the Premier League are unquestionable.

As everyone knows, the central midfielder position in the Man Utd squad has quality options such as Cleverley, Nick Powell or young talent Adnan Januraj (best player of the Man Utd reserve team in the 2012/13 season).

When Fabregas arrives at Old Trafford, of course the central midfield pair that coach David Moyes chooses will definitely be Carrick – Fabregas with Carrick playing low and the former Arsenal captain playing high, responsible for being a bridge to the team.

In addition, there were times when Man Utd played with only one striker, Van Persie, and Rooney was pulled back to play in the back.

Fabregas’s presence will certainly make BLH as well as coach David Moyes have to think more about tactics and attack plans.

Another advantage is that when moving to play for Man Utd, Fabregas will have the opportunity to reunite with his former teammate Robin Van Persie.

A few words about Cesc Fabregas

Fabregas was born on May 4, 1987 in Arenys de Mar, Spain.

Started his career at the team near his home Mataro in 1995.

In 1997, at the age of 10, Fabregas joined the famous La Masia training facility.

In November 2008, Fabregas officially received the captaincy of Arsenal after Williams Gallas left.

In 2011, Fabregas was brought back to his old home at Nou Camp by Barca for a fee of 34 million euros with the expectation of replacing conductor Xavi.

Hoang Anh