Date: 2nd January 2019 at 5:27pm
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We could very well have seen the last of Cesc Fabregas in a Chelsea shirt.

Speculation has been growing in recent weeks that the 31-year-old Spaniard could be leaving the club once the January transfer window was open.

Now that is the case, the Daily Mail, is championing the suggestion that Fabregas could be set to extend his career in La Ligue.

Our referenced source is confident that Fabregas could be on his way to Monaco for a reunion with his former Arsenal colleague, Thierry Henry, who is now in charge of the principality side.

Personally, I reckon Fabregas will be a big loss, players who are able to spot that perfect pass to create a goal-scoring opportunity are a rarity.

But, would you begrudge somebody who has done so much for us a career swansong in such wonderful surroundings, even if the football can be a bit sterile?

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2 Replies to “Spanish International Could Leave Chelsea This Month”

  • I won’t begrudge Cesc his swan song. He is a great guy and despite his arsenal background won over the Chelsea supporters with some very good displays in the past and a commitment to the cause. However I would begrudge the board greatly to the extent of accusing them as saboteurs if Cesc is allowed to leave in January without a suitable replacement. In Chelsea, no player not even the vaunted Jorginho can do what Cesc does. I still believe that the best formation for us particularly against teams that seats deep like Shmptn yesterday should include Cesc starting as the LCM .

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