FOLLOWED HIM CLOSELY IN LIGUE 1
Cesc Fàbregas warned Barça about the ideal replacement for Busquets
Cesc Fàbregas has offered a few words in an interview where he revealed who should be the replacement for Sergio Busquets in Xavi Hernández's sports project
Cesc Fàbregas, one of the most remembered footballers by the fans of the FC Barcelona, has appeared in an interview for the portal 'Fichajes.com' where spoke, between a lot of things, of who had to be the ideal successor of Sergio Busquets in the medullary of the Barcelona group.
The canterano signalled that it warned to the executives of the club on the projection of Aurélien Tchouaméni, the now midfield player of the Real Madrid. "I spoke with the Barça because they looked for substitute for Busquets, but walked scarce of money. I spoke of Aurélien with the Barça. They wanted to begin to prepare the succession of Sergio Busquets and for me was the perfect player", aimed the midfield player.
Besides, recalcó that the French will be a very important footballer during the next decade. "Aurélien Does not have limits. I darse quickly it was not a player like the other. The first time that saw it was against the Burdeos with the Monaco. I was in the bench and remained me impressed with his performance. They won us and memory have him asked to one of our assistants: 'but who is this midfield player?'", it sentenced Cesc.
Finally, it confessed that it keeps a good relation with him and that in his go through the Monaco gave him some councils that would serve him to future. "We exchange a lot of opinions, asked me a lot of councils on my path", concluded the player of the As of the Series B Italian.
Price out of market?
The proposal that the Barça had planned by Tchouaméni did not surpass the 40 million euros, an inferior figure even to his own value of market. Finally the Madrid put more than 100 'kilos' on the table between fixed and variables and did with the services of the half Frenchman, the one who received the called of the selection and is being indisputable headline in the alignments of Didier Deschamps in the Glass of the World.