CESC FABREGAS CLOSE TO COMPLETING SHOCK MOVE TO SERIE B SIDE COMO

Cesc Fabregas is reportedly set to seal a shock transfer to Como in the second division of Italian football. The former Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea midfielder has been a free agent since his departure from Monaco at the end of the season. Las Palmas president Miguel Angel Ramirez discussed a potential deal for the 35-year-old on Spanish radio earlier this week.

CHELSEA ICON DENNIS WISE PERSUADED CESC FABREGAS TO MAKE COMO MOVE

The former Spain international, 35, is a free agent after leaving Monaco at the end of last season. He played just five games in all competitions during the 2021/22 campaign and it's believed he was considering hanging up his boots after more than 700 club outings. Fabregas is one of the greatest midfielders of his generation, representing the likes of Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea. He's won 16 honours during his career - including the World Cup, two Premier League titles, the La Liga title and two European Championships.

4 PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS WHO COULD SIGN FABREGAS AFTER MONACO EXIT

Former Arsenal and Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas is a free agent after his contract at French club Monaco expired. The 35-year-old is now available to sign for free for a club ahead of the new campaign after three-and-a-half years at Monaco. Despite struggling with injuries in recent years, the midfielder has won the Premier League twice, two FA Cup crowns, a league title in Spain alongside the 2010 World Cup and two European Championships, having been capped 110 times for Spain.

FABREGAS WISHES RUDIGER WELL AS MADRID CONFIRM DEFENDER CAPTURE

Antonio Rudiger has reached an agreement to join Real Madrid in a Bosman move this summer after leaving Chelsea as a free agent. Real Madrid have made an official statement to confirm that they have secured the services of Antonio Rudiger on a four-year deal lasting until June 30, 2026. After leaving Chelsea as a free agent, the German international will complete a Bosman move to the Santiago Bernabeu.

FABREGAS CONFIRMS HE WILL LEAVE MONACO AT THE END OF THE SEASON

Cesc Fabregas has confirmed he will look for a 'fresh start' in the summer by leaving Monaco on a free contract once his deal expires in June. The Spaniard joined the Ligue 1 outfit - who are three points behind second-placed Marseille with two league games to play - from Chelsea in January 2019 but has struggled with injuries this season at the Stade Louis II.

FABREGAS COMMENDS KLOPP ON CITY COMPETITION

Ex-Premier League midfielder Cesc Fabregas has lauded the job that German tactician JurgenKlopp is doing at Liverpool. Cesc Fabregas, quoted by the Daily Mirror, commended Klopp for competing with one of the best teams of the last few years in the Premier League in Manchester City.

Speaking further on Klopp,Cesc Fabregas said that it must be exciting to be a Liverpool fanover the last couple of years with what the former Borussia Dortmund and Mainz 05 manager has created at the club. According to the Spaniard, you can feel the positive energy at Liverpool in every game thanks to Klopp.

FABREGAS LAUDS TUCHEL DESPITE UCL ELIMINATION

Former Arsenal and Chelsea playmaker Cesc Fabregas has praised Thomas Tuchel despite the UEFA Champions League (UCL) elimination at the hands of Real Madrid in the quarterfinals.Cesc Fabregas took to his official Twitter account to laud the quality shown by German tactician Thomas Tuchelsince he was appointed as the Chelsea manager at the start of last year.

FABREGAS AND SUAREZ REACT TO FANS BOOING MESSI

Luis Suarez and Cesc Fabregas have responded to their close friends and former teammates Lionel Messi and Neymar being booed by Paris Saint-Germain fans. The two PSG stars were booed with their every touch of the ball during Sunday’s Ligue 1 clash against Bordeaux, with Neymar even whistled after scoring his side’s second goal in the 3-0 win.

FABREGAS REAFFIRMS FOOTBALL AS BEST SPORT

AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas is more than certain that football is still the best sport after the Real Madrid comeback against Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in the Champions League earlier this month. Cesc Fabregas could hardly believe what had just happened at the Estadio Santiago Bernebeu in Madrid as Real Madrid fought back from two goals in their last 16 tie against PSG to score three goals in 17 second half minutes to secure their place in the quarterfinals via a 3-2 aggregate win.

FABREGAS: MESSI CAN TURN ANY GAME AROUND ANY TIME

Former Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas has refused to be combined that his former teammate, Lionel Messi, is struggling woefully at his current club, Paris Saint-Germain. The Argentina international attacker has not been in his best form since he signed for the French Ligue 1 heavyweights last summer and he has since attracted a lot of criticism for his poor and unexpected performances. After joining the French Principality club, Messi was expected to go and carry on with the remarkable reputation and career he has built for himself as one of the greatest football players of all time. But with his struggle to regain his form still a real challenge for him, he has not reached that height yet.

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