Andres Iniesta has cast doubt on the chances of Cesc Fabregas choosing to leave Barcelona for Manchester United.
The former Arsenal captain has been the subject of United's attention, with the English club attempting to lure the midfielder from Camp Nou back to the Premier League, though Iniesta cannot see his Barca and Spain teammate departing.
"I can't see Cesc leaving," the 29-year-old told gathered media at a reforestation event in Juzcar. "It's normal that great players attract the interest of other clubs. Barca are very lucky to have him and I hope we get to keep playing together."
Gerardo Martino was confirmed as the new coach of the Catalans on Tuesday and Iniesta has faith that Tito Vilanova's successor will thrive with the Blaugrana.
"If the club appointed him then I'm sure he's the ideal coach," he added. "The players are there for him to do what he says and to have another positive season."
Iniesta also dismissed fears that Lionel Messi and Neymar would not be able to play together.
"I do not think there will be any conflict [between Messi and Neymar]," he added. "Good players can always play together. Good players will help each other be better, so when Neymar arrives I think the team will keep winning titles in the end - that's what we want."
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