Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas, left, duels the ball with Carlos Alberto Sanchez Moreno during a Spanish La Liga soccer match at the Martinez Valero stadium in Elche, Spain, on Sunday, May 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Alberto Saiz)
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Newly appointed Barcelona manager Luis Enrique is set to begin a massive restructuring at the Camp Nou by clearing out seven of the Catalans' players, according to Spanish sport daily Marca.The Daily Star U.K. reports that Fabregas will be the most expensive asset allowed to leave Barcelona this summer, with the club placing a 45 million pounds ($76 million) price tag on the midfielder's head.Manchester United aggressively pursued Fabregas last year under David Moyes but the player reiterated that he had no intention of leaving his boyhood club. The United midfield suffered greatly as a result and Louis van Gaal, who was officially made United's manager Monday, will be looking to exercise his 200 million pound transfer kitty to lure the player back to the Premier League. With the aforementioned players gone, the Citizens will have great difficulty meeting the Premier League and UEFA homegrown player rule.
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