Thierry Henry is reportedly set to become a shareholder in Italian side Como, who signed his former Arsenal team-mate Cesc Fabregas on a free transfer earlier this summer. The duo played alongside each other 99 times for the Gunners between 2004 and 2007 before Henry left the club to join Barcelona. They could now work together once again, this time in Italy, with Henry reportedly set to buy shares in Como, who signed Fabregas on a free transfer earlier this summer following his departure from Monaco.
New Arsenal player OleksandrZinchenko has mentioned Cesc Fabregas as his football idol. The Ukrainian international talked about Cesc Fabregas in his first interview as an Arsenal player. Apart from Spanish international Fabregas, Zinchenko also mentioned Frenchman and club legend Thierry Henry. According to him, signing for Arsenal is a dream come true and that he watched Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas play for Arsenal while he was a child.
Veteran Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas could have called it quit with his professional football career after an injury-hit final year at French club AS Monaco, but the Spaniard has decided to make one last move in his career. The 35-year-old was always going to leave Monaco this summer at the end of his contract at the club especially after making just five appearances in all competitions. Cesc Fabregas was restricted to a handful of appearances due to injury. The Spanish international had been at Monaco since he joined them from Premier League outfit Chelsea at the start of 2019.
It was an open secret for many months, but it has now been confirmed that Cesc Fabregas will leave French club AS Monaco when his current deal expires this month. Cesc Fabregas and Ex-Arsenal teammate Vito Mannone have been confirmed on the list of released players from Monaco this summer.
According to SPORT, Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly is ready to leave the club this summer and has informed the Italian giants of his decision. Alerted by the development, Chelsea and Tottenham have held discussions with his representatives, but the 30-year-old star wants a transfer to Barcelona.
Spanish international Cesc Fabregas has confirmed his exit from French club AS Monaco this summer. The former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder revealed that he would leave Monaco at the end of his contract at the club. Cesc Fabregas also stated his desire to continue his football career.
The clamour for a new defensive-minded midfielder is clear for Chelsea but another profile has been lacking for Thomas Tuchel. It spoke volumes about the impact Cesc Fabregas had at Chelsea that on his final appearance at Stamford Bridge he broke into tears before he departed for Monaco. Fabregas, once a villain at Arsenal, had become one of the club's beloved protagonists.
Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has had his say on his former teammate Andreas Christensen. The defender has been linked with a move away from Chelsea, with Barcelona being named as his likely destination. The former Blues midfielder believes that the Danish defender would benefit from adding an element of gamesmanship to his Arsenal. Fabregas spent five years at Stamford Bridge, winning two Premier League titles. two domestic cups and a Europa League during his time in west London.
A new record has been set for Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith-Rowe after the two-cap England international matched the 12-year record of Cesc Fabregas. Spanish international Cesc Fabregas joined North London giants Arsenal as a teenager from La Liga team Barcelona and he was in the club's Academy before being promoted to the first team by legendary manager Arsene Wenger.
Emile Smith-Rowe is the leading goalscorer in the Arsenal team this season and he took his tally to ten goals in all competitions last weekend to match the record of Cesc Fabregas. He is the first Arsenal Academy graduate to score ten goals in all competitions for the Gunners since Fabregas managed the feat in 2010.
Ex-Premier League star Cesc Fabregas was highly critical of centre referee Stuart Atwell for his performance during the first league game of this year in the English top flight. The first game of 2022 in the Premier League was the controversial clash between hosts Arsenal and Manchester City.
Cesc Fabregas was adamant that the referee should not have awarded a second half penalty to Manchester City in what was the turning point of the game. He was criticised by Cesc Fabregas via his official Twitter handle.