Cesc Fabregas maintains perspective on the Manchester City takeover
Manc move would make Fab gas himself
Money can buy you lots of things. A football club, a George Foreman Grill, a monocle – the list goes on. But it doesn’t buy you a new reputation overnight and it doesn’t buy you Cesc Fabregas, it seems. The young Spaniard has taken a firm and undiplomatic stance to City’s sudden delusions of grandeur,
He said: “It would be suicidal for my career at my 21 years of age to move to City. It would make no sense.” Not “I’m happy at Arsenal”, not “It’s not right at the moment”. No, a move to Manchester City would be suicidal. Well, Ramon Calderon did say Robinho was crying a lot before he left. Manchester City – the new home of the mentally unstable footballer.