The Daily Telegraph reports that Mourinho remains a huge admirer of the Spaniard but United will face strong competition from AC Milan.
Tuesday night we welcomed our gorgeous boy, Leonardo Fàbregas Semaan to the world.
Thank You @first Lady D4 my love, for everything pic.twitter.com/xbq D1t1LTA — Cesc Fàbregas Soler (@cesc4official) April 6, 2017Despite taking in an emotional and tiring Tuesday, Fabregas was back in Premier League action 24 hours later.
Their other halves are understood to be pals, and the report suggests Semaan phoned Martin to discuss life in London before Pedro decided to go ahead with the move.
"The way he treated me it’s not normal nowadays in football because everything is so fast, everyone is so impatient – you need results now.
He broke several of the club's records in the process, earning a reputation as one of the best players in his position, and won the FA Cup in 2005.
After a protracted transfer saga, Fàbregas left London on 15 August 2011 to return to Barcelona in a deal worth up to £35 million.It wasn't the most pretty game from us, but it was a very consistent performance.Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is keeping tabs on Cesc Fabregas’ situation and is prepared to make a move for the midfielder if Chelsea accept bids this summer, according to reports.The Spain international became a father for a third time on Tuesday evening alongside wife Danielle Semaan.Leonardo is the latest member of the Fabregas-Semaan family, joining sisters Lia and Capri.He was a key figure in Spain's European Championship victories in 20 and their 2010 World Cup triumph in which he supplied the pass for Andrés Iniesta's winning goal in the final.