FABREGAS SAYS LUKAKU WILL HAVE A GREAT SEASON

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Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has hailed the instant impact Romelu Lukaku has had since sealing his return to the club, commending the big Belgian star, and tipping him to be a huge success for the Blues this season. Lukaku made a sensational return to Stamford Bridge after leaving Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan this summer following a richly successful campaign that saw him propel the club to their first league title in a long time under Italian manager Antonio Conte, who was responsible for the signing of Lukaku from English Premier League giants Manchester United back in the summer transfer window of 2018.

FABREGAS: PEDRI SHOULD LEARN TO TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF

Barcelona youngster Pedri is under the spotlight after his exploits for both his club and country this season. The young midfielder had a long season after playing in several competitions including La Liga, club cup games, the Champions League, as well as the Euros and the Olympic games for Spain. He played across 73 games in all competitions this season and many people have questioned why he was not allowed to get some rest in between those competitions and whether it will not affect him later in his career. After playing in the final of the Olympics but unfortunately unable to help his team win gold, he was asked if he will be taking a holiday but insisted that he will do whatever Barca want him to.

ARTETA WAS VERY LUCKY – FABREGAS

Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas believes that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was very lucky to work alongside a great manager before taking up the managerial job at Arsenal. AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas spoke to TalkSports about Arteta and Arsenal. According to him, his compatriot is fortunate to have worked with Guardiola who's widely regarded by many as the best manager in the world.

Cesc Fabregas believes that Arteta learnt a lot of things as the assistant manager under Guardiola at Manchester City that would prove useful to him during the course of his managerial career.

ARTETA WAS VERY LUCKY – FABREGAS

Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas believes that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was very lucky to work alongside a great manager before taking up the managerial job at Arsenal. AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas spoke to TalkSports about Arteta and Arsenal. According to him, his compatriot is fortunate to have worked with Guardiola who's widely regarded by many as the best manager in the world.

Cesc Fabregas believes that Arteta learnt a lot of things as the assistant manager under Guardiola at Manchester City that would prove useful to him during the course of his managerial career.

FABREGAS RESPONDS TO COMPARISONS WITH CAMAVINGA

Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga is no doubt one of the hottest properties of the current summer transfer window and the brilliant youngster has been tipped to make a big move to a top club in Europe before the end of the transfer window. The French midfielder has already set his sights on a potential move to the English Premier League and he has been strongly linked with the league's giants Manchester United, who have also been tipped to make an official bid for the young midfielder as soon as possible.

FABREGAS: HAZARD HAS BEEN VERY UNLUCKY IN HIS CAREER

Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has sent a heartfelt message to his former teammate at Stamford Bridge, Eden Hazard to fight his injury struggles, as he Insists that the Belgium international forward has been very unlucky with injuries in his professional career. Hazard, a footballer once known to be one of the best players in the world and also one of the most feared wingers in the game, has slipped further low in his career and is no longer the player he used to be, thanks to the unfortunate recurring injuries he has been struggling with since sealing his move from Chelsea to Real Madrid over two years ago.

FABREGAS SAYS CHELSEA CAN WIN THE LEAGUE NEXT SEASON

Former Spain international midfielder Cesc Fabregas may be playing for another club, but he has continued to prove that he is still a Chelsea fan through and through. The midfielder currently plays for French Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco but having donned the Chelsea colors at some point in his career, he is still a huge fan of the Blues and it does not look like he will be stopping anytime soon.

Fabregas, through his social media accounts, has continued to interact with, and engage fans via question and answer sessions where mostly Chelsea fans would throw questions at him and he would readily answer with pleasure. In the past, he has been asked a couple of questions like his favorite player that currently plays for the Chelsea team. When asked that question, he reaffirmed his admiration for Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kanye, while also giving some recognition to Mason Mount.

FABREGAS: THE UCL FINAL WILL BE INTERESTING TO WATCH

All attention will be shifted to Lisbon, Portugal, where the final of this season's UEFA Champions League will be played later this month. The final will see two of English football's best teams in Manchester City and Chelsea lock horns away from English soil as they will be looking to make it a fierce battle on the pitch all for the burning desire to enjoy European glory on the night of the fixture.

Thomas Tuchel and his Chelsea side have done incredibly well to find themselves in the final even though they would have been ruled out of making it to that stage of the competition judging by their form at the earlier stages of this campaign. On the other hand, Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side found their way to the competition's final after having to move past easier teams as compared to the sides Chelsea had to come against in the knockout rounds.

FABREGAS: CHELSEA ARE NOW AN IMPROVED SIDE

Anyone watching how Chelsea are currently playing now will easily forget how really poor they were playing some months ago when Frank Lampard was still the manager. Under the former boss, Chelsea were playing without a specific direction and had no particular pattern they were playing. Lampard signed a couple of new players for the Blues but was not able to utilize his new guns and bring out the best in them. It was surprising because even before signing those players, he managed to grind out great results that saw them qualify for the Champions League.

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