Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has said that he would have never joined Manchester United this summer, according to the Metro.
The Barcelona midfielder was linked with a move to the Premier League champions for a large portion of the summer, with David Moyes making three bids in an attempt to secure his services.
Fabregas has said that the offer of more money wouldn’t have persuaded him to move, citing his decision to take a pay-cut to re-join his boyhood club two years ago.
Meanwhile, Germany coach Joachim Low has admitted his surprise at Real Madrid’s decision to sell Mezut Ozil to Arsenal, Sky Sports understands.
However, Low believes the move will do the player, who will like up with international teammates Per Mertesacker and Lukas Podolski at the Emirates, the world of good, and that the Gunners style of football will suit the midfielder.
Elsewhere, Sky Sports have also reported that midfielder Abou Diably has vowed to come back stronger, once he recovers from his latest injury problem.
The 27 year old has been out of action since March, after damaging his knee, but is determined to return to action at some point during this season.