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Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger will not make the re-signing of FC Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas a priority for when the summer transfer window reopens for business, according to reports in the Daily Telegraph.
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The brilliant Spain international has been made available to buy by the La Liga giants, although only if a rival club is prepared to fork out a whopping £40m for Fabregas that is, with the player himself understood to only be interested in a return to the Premier League next season.
And already it is believed that a number of big-name clubs from the English top flight have made contact with Barca to express an interest in landing the 27-year-old, including the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea.
However, contrary to recent speculation in the British press, the north London club retain no real interest as yet in luring their one-time captain back to the Emirates this summer, with the Gunners instead said to be prioritising the purchase of a new holding midfielder and a front man instead.