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"He is staying" - Manchester United suffer huge blow in pursuit of defensive midfielder


Monaco have made it clear that defensive midfielder Fabinho will not be sold.

Reports in England last month claimed that the Brazilian was very close to making a move to Manchester United.

But vice president Vadim Vasilyev says the 23-year-old will not leave the club during the summer transfer window.

"Fabinho stays, he is an essential player in the midfield,” he said.

At the end of June, ESPN journalist David Amoyal was convinced that the player would join the Red Devils.

"The versatile Brazilian has been linked to the Red Devils for quite some time," he wrote on his ESPN page.

"Now there's momentum for him to be the second Monaco player to head to the Premier League this summer, despite Paris Saint-Germain's interest.

"The negotiation with Monaco is well on its a way, and a deal could be reached for around €50m [£44million].

"Fabinho has also publicly stated that he would be open to the transfer."

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