Premier League

He won two Premier League, was world champion and now announces his retirement

By Liam Styles

The player was involved in a Premier League controversial transfer

The player was involved in a Premier League controversial transfer

Síguenos enSíguenos en Google News

After 20 years of career, a Premier League ex star has decided to hang up his boots and putting an end to a wonderful career, which saw some of the best moments of this player who was even able to win two Premier League titles, having also won  a World Cup and two European Championships.

The player announced his decision on his social network, and from Italy, where he was playing this last season, in an exciting adventure he decided to take to play at the Italian Serie B.

We talk about the Spanish international midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who played for Arsenal, winning two titles of Community Shield and one FA Cup and Chelsea, winning two Premier League titles, one FA Cup and a Europa League Cup, after the controversial decision of changing Arsenal for Chelsea. He also played for clubs such as Monaco or FC Barcelona, with whom he starred a Six-Titles Campaign under the Pep Guardiola’s management.

The player is completely grateful for such a great career

Currently having finished his season with the Italian Serie B Como, the player has explained that "not everything is sadness" since the "charming" Italian team "won" his heart "from the first minute" and whose subsidiary team will begin to train as it is a club and a project that cannot excite him "more".

Fabregas is very grateful for his career, and the player has declared he will always keep his days at Barça, Arsenal, Barça again, Chelsea, Monaco and Como as a treasure, celebrating also the possibility he has had to learn three languages and become more compassionate and wise throughout all the travels he made in his career.

More news