There is a time to come and a time to go. This absolute legend of Spanish football has chosen him
Cesc Fabregas has announced his permanent retirement from football. An absolute legend of Spanish and world football hangs his boot on the hook. Play with the world’s greats and collect an enormous trophy treasury.
It all started when he joined FC Barcelona at the age of 10, but he left before making his first-team debut. Arsenal was his new club and he joined the first team in the legendary 2003-04 season, but in the end he never played in the Premier League. However, he made his debut as Arsenal’s youngest ever player during the League Cup tournament.
After this season, the Englishman broke through, played the Champions League final, won the FA Cup and two Community Shield tournaments. After losing the Champions League final to his boyhood club Barcelona, he made the decision to go back to where it all began.
In 2011 he returned to Barcelona. He played there under coach Pep Guardiola, who admired him as a Barcelona youth player. Meanwhile, the midfielder also had successes with the Spanish national team. He was part of the team that won three consecutive international tournaments, namely the 2008 and 2012 European Championships and the 2010 World Cup.
Two years after returning to Barcelona, \u200b\u200bFabregas became a national champion for the first time in his career. A year later, he parted ways with Barcelona and returned to London to play for Chelsea. With this club he won two more domestic titles, the Europa League and the FA Cup.
Fabregas was under contract with Chelsea for nearly five years, but he did not get much playing time before 2019. He decided to leave for Monaco and last year signed a two-year contract with Italian club Como in Serie B. After seventeen matches in the second level, Fabregas decided to terminate his contract early and focus on his coaching career.
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