New Barcelona coach Gerardo 'Tata' Martino is certain Cesc Fabregas will be part of his team, despite interest from Manchester United.
The Premier League champions have made two offers for the former Arsenal midfielder, for a reported £25million and £30m, both of which were rejected by the Catalan club.
On Thursday United manager David Moyes told reporters that negotiations for Fabregas were "ongoing" but Martino, speaking in his first press conference as coach of Barcelona, insisted the player was staying at Barcelona and was part of his plans.
He said: "I'm not going to involve myself in the club's accounts, but considering the club has already rejected two offers, I would guess it will reject a third. In other words, he will remain here."
The Argentinian coach's words were backed up by vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu, who said: "It's logical that we've had offers for Fabregas because he is a quality player, but he is not for sale."
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