Midfielder never spoke to the president or coach about leaving the Spanish club.
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas says was never interested in joining Manchester United this summer.
The 26-year-oold was rumoured to be discontented with life at the Nou Camp due to a lack of guaranteed first-team football just two years after joining from Arsenal in a £35 million deal, and was subsequently linked with a move to United.
New boss David Moyes wanted to make the Spain international his first marquee signing after taking up the Old Trafford reins from Sir Alex Ferguson and has pursued him for much of the transfer window, seeing several reported bids rejected by Barca.
However, the picture now appears to be more rosy for Fabregas after starting the Catalan club’s first two La Liga games under new coach Gerardo Martino, revealing that it is now his dream to see out the rest of his playing career with the La Liga champions.
“I have never said that I could go, nor have I talked to the president or the coach about it,” FourFourTwo quote him as telling Spanish TV station TVE.
“What I don’t know is how this can be said to be true just because some journalist wrote it on Twitter. “My dream is to stay here and succeed.
“I have a great desire to achieve even more and I am committed to this club and proud to be here.”