Cesc Fabregasafter three and a half years wearing the Monaco shirt, he did not renew his contract with the French club and is already a free player. With important experiences within his career, such as having played for Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea; the 35 year old midfielder he was tempted by several teams to continue his career.
Among the interested clubs is a humble team from Europe, the one that could give him the chance to return to Spanish football: UD Las Palmas. Currently in the Second Division, the Canary Islands institution recognized a few weeks ago through its president, Miguel Ángel Ramírez, that there were some first talks with Fàbregas. “There is a 40% chance that Cesc will come to Las Palmas. In the next 24 or 48 hours we will have an answer. It is a real option: complicated, but quite viable. We have been talking with him for three weeks,” he revealed.
However, Cesc Fàbregas decided on another destination and will play for the first time in his career in Italy. The Spanish midfielder is very close to closing his incorporation to the Like 1907, in Series B Italian. As reported by Fabrizio Romano, the player has reached an agreement with the transalpine squad with a view to joining their project for the next two seasons.
Cesc Fàbregas will have the opportunity to discover a new championship after having passed through England, Spain and France. The player plans to fly to Italy in August to undergo the corresponding medical tests and sign a contract until June 2024.
World champion with the Spanish team in South Africa 2010, the midfielder played a total of 68 games for Monaco, with four goals and nine assists on his record. Also, of course, he was a multi-champion during his time at Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea… Without a doubt, it is a reinforcement of the hierarchy for Como 1907, which finished 13th in the last Series B. Will he be able to return them to the top flight of Italian football? The last time they played Serie A was in the 2002/03 season.
Spain, world champion in 2010.
Cesc Fabregas’ career in photos
Cesc Fabregas, captain of Arsenal, marking Lionel Messi in a UEFA Champions League match in 2011 (Photo: EFE).
Cesc Fábregas receiving instructions from Pep Guardiola with the Barcelona shirt (Photo: AFP).
Cesc Fábregas receiving instructions from José Mourinho during his time at Chelsea (Photo: REUTERS).
Cesc Fabregas in an AS Monaco match against Paris Saint-Germain (Photo: EFE).
Cesc Fabregas in a friendly match for the Spain team in 2016 (Photo: REUTERS).