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Soccer Odds: Fabregas returns to training with Barca
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 3 August 2013 03:27
Cesc Fabregas, Manchester United target who is very well known for his great talent on the pitch and very good soccer odds, returned to training with Barcelona in the midst of ongoing speculation about his future.
Soccer betting fans saw that during the close-season, the former Arsenal player midfielder was the subject of a public pursuit from United, as the Premier League club looks to fill the gap that was left by Paul Scholes’ retirement, and pay per head services are wondering what’s next for the player.
But Barca vice-president Josep Maria Bartomeu and new manager Gerardo Martino insisted that the midfielder is not for sale.
And now pay per head services learned that Fabregas is set to take part in his first training session since he returned from FIFA Confederations Cup duty with Spain, which left many of the player’s fans, especially those that follow his soccer odds, seriously thinking about what the future has in store for him.
He wrote on Twitter: “After successful medical tests this morning, I’m ready and looking forward to the 7pm training with all the guys!”
Fans that follow the player and his soccer odds remember that he came through Barca’s youth academy, but the Gunners then picked him at the age of 16 before he went on to make his senior Premier League debut.
Pay per head services saw that in 2011, Fabregas went back to his boyhood club, and last term lifted the Liga title after eight seasons under the guidance of Arsene Wenger.
Neymar – who’s another huge favourite with pay per head services – is also getting ready for his first pre-season training appearance with Barcelona, having participated in the Confederations Cup, where he helped Brazil to a win over Spain in the final with great soccer odds.
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Soccer betting fans and price per head sportsbooks all over the world are closely following developments with Fabregas, and would like to see what awaits the player in the future.