Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has become the latest player to sing the praises of Sergio Ramos as the Spain international defender continues to receive offers from several clubs this summer. Ramos will be leaving Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid at the end of this month after spending over 16 years of his career at the club and since both he and the club dropped the bombshell via their respective official announcements, a lot of clubs across Europe have been queueing up as they try to convince him to sign for them.


Veteran AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas couldn't hide his delight after the club confirmed the return to Champions League football on Sunday. Cesc Fabregascelebrated the Champions League feat achieved by his team by posting the photo of the players celebrating their achievement on his official Twitter handle.

Cesc Fabregas and his Monaco teammates were delighted that they saw off the challenge of Lyon to pick up the third and final Champions League slot for French Ligue 1 teams ahead ofthe new season in August. Champions Lille and second-placed Paris Saint Germain (PSG) had secured Champions League football ahead of the final day of the campaign on Sunday leaving Monaco and Lyon to fight for the third and final Champions League slot.


Veteran AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas was the star of the show as he provided two assists to help his team recover from the setback of conceding the first goal against lowly Rumilly-Vallieres in their French Cup semi-final tie.

Rumilly-Vallieres are in the Championnat National 2 league and their league games have been cancelled since the end of February. The minnows had not played since beating Toulouse in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup to book a last four meeting with Ligue 1 challengers AS Monaco.


Chelsea legend Cesc Fabregashailed the performance of N'GoloKante during the Champions League semi-final clash with Real Madrid in midweek.Cesc Fabregas hailed the performance of the French World Cup winner via a tweet from his official Twitter handle as he called him a big game player.

Kante produced a man-of-the-match display to help the Blues pick up a valuable away goal in the 1-1 draw at Spanish La Liga champions Real Madrid when the two teams met in the first leg of their semi-final tie in Europe's premier club competition.


AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has vowed to see out his contract at the club despite a lack of regular playing time. Fabregas revealed that his intention is to play for the French giants until the end of his contract next summer.

Fabregas, 33, left Chelsea to join Monaco in January 2019 after almost five years at Stamford Bridge. The Spaniard had a very good career with the Blues before he left for France. He talked about his intention to finish his Monaco contract in an interview with Telefoot.


Respected journalist Guillem Balague has revealed that Cesc Fabregas could move to the MLS (Major League Soccer) at the end of his career on the European football scene and that friend Lionel Messi won't be far behind. Guillem Balague spoke about Cesc Fabregas and former Barcelona teammate Messi in a chat with CBS Sports earlier this month. According to him, the wives of the two players are also friends and they appear to have convinced the players to play in the MLS. Guillem Balague is an European football journalist with special interest in Spanish football.


West Ham United manager David Moyes has revealed how he tried and failed to sign Cesc Fabregas when he was the Manchester United boss between 2013 and 2014. David Moyes was the chosen one by legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson when he retired from football. Sir Alex Ferguson had picked Moyes as his successor when he left his role as the Manchester United manager shortly after helping the Red Devils win the Premier League title at the end of the 2012/13 campaign. Moyes was handed a lengthy six-year deal when he became the Manchester United manager in the summer of 2013 but the Scotman didn't last one season before his dismissal. Moyes had done a great job of managing tight resources at Everton for over a decade before he got his dream job at Old Trafford.


Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas failed to come off the bench as his AS Monaco team secured an impressive win at the home of champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in the French Ligue 1 on Sunday. Cesc Fabregas was an unused substitute as Monaco boosted their title hopes with a 2-0 away win over PSG thereby handing the champions a huge blow in their quest to win the league title again. PSG have won the last three league titles in the French top flight and a fourth successive league title is in serious doubts especially after the defeat to fellow title contenders AS Monaco at the weekend. The win ensured that AS Monaco did the league double over PSG having won the first league meeting between the two teams. In the first meeting, AS Monaco came back from two goals to beat PSG 3-2 at home.


Arsenal youngster Charles Patino has drawn comparison with former Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas with his style of play. The 17-year-old was hailed by some Arsenal fans, who took to their various social media handles to celebrate the player after his goal against the Chelsea u-23s in what was just his second match for the Arsenal u23s.

His goal was enough to rescue a point for the Gunners via a 2-2 draw.The new Cesc Fabregas scored in the second half to register his first goal for the Arsenal u-23s. He has been promoted to the u-23 team at Arsenal on the back of his impressive displays for the Arsenal u-18s. Arsenal had trailed in the aforementioned Chelsea game to the opening goal from ThiernoBallo before the Gunners equalisedthrough first team squad member, Reiss Nelson.


New Arsenal player Martin Odegaard has revealed that ex-Gunners skipper Cesc Fabregas was one of his idols. Real Madrid loanee Martin Odegaardtalked about ex-Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas in his first interview as an Arsenal player.

Norwegian international Martin Odegaard has signed for Arsenal on loan from Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid.Martin Odegaard had to leave Real Madrid in this January transfer window to play regular first team football.