The chief admitted that the midfielder remains a target and added that the club will break all relations with Real Madrid if they 'cross the limits of sportsmanship' again.
That comment must have really hurt Fabregas' pride, which may be good for Arsenal since he may feel under-appreciated by Barcelona, which in turn may help him decide to stay for longer.
Rosell: "What we can offer will also depend on his salary. Clubs like Chelsea and Manchester City are heating up the market, by offering prices out of the market." Says the man who happily pays out the largest wage bill in sporting history.
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