Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed his regrets over the decision to sell Frenchman Nicholas Anelka. He opted for the ex-French international ahead of the likes of Robin Van Persie, Cesc Fabregas and Thierry Henry. According to him, it was a shame to see Anelka leave Arsenal.

Wenger, 72, talked about his regret over the exit of Anelka at an event alongside friend and ex-Arsenal co-owner David Dein. On Anelka’s exit, former Arsenal boss Wenger stated that the club used the Arsene Wenger card by letting players go to where they can win trophies. Anelks could have been special if he stayed in North London, instead the French striker played for 13 clubs.
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Spanish international Cesc Fabregas was in awe of the quality shown by in-form Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah during the mammoth Premier League encounter with defending champions Manchester City.Cesc Fabregas took to his official Twitter account to pay tribute to Egyptian national team skipper Salah for his wonder goal during the game which ended in a 2-2 draw.

Egyptian attacker Salah is a former teammate of Cesc Fabregas at Chelsea and he left an impression on him with his early contender for the best goalin the Premier League this season against Manchester City.
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Premier League giants Chelsea have the best squad in Europe according to former player Cesc Fabregas. The AS Monaco midfielder hinted that Chelsea have the best squad on the European football stage on Twitter in his response to popular statistician 2010 Mister Chip who said that French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) have the best squad in Europe. The statistician tweeted that PSG have the overall best squad in Europe even without KylianMbappe.

The future of French World Cup winner Mbappe was under scrutiny throughout this summer’s transfer window with a year left on his current deal at the Parc des Princes. He was seriously linked with a move to Spanish La Liga leaders Real Madrid. Mbappe wanted to join dream club Real Madrid but PSG managed to hang on to his services despite the numerous bids from Real Madrid. Read More


Journalist Mike McGrath has drawn comparison between West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice and Cesc Fabregas. The Telegraph media personnel spoke to the Here We Go podcast hosted by fellow journalist Fabrizio Romano about Cesc Fabregas and Declan Rice. According to him, Rice is a fantastic player and that the West Ham star is similar to Cesc Fabregas.

McGrath was on the Here We Go podcast to talk about the biggest transfers.

West Ham United player Rice has been the subject of interest from the biggest clubs on the Premier League scene. The England international was a teenager when he was released by Chelsea. The Premier League heavyweights released himat the age of 15 and are one of the teams interested in him. Apart from Chelsea, big English clubs such as Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City have been linked with the English player.
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AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas has warned Aston Villa playmaker Jack Grealish about a potential move to Premier League champions Manchester City or Manchester United this summer.Cesc Fabregas advised England international Grealish about the next stage of his career potentially in his column with the Daily Telegraph.

Cesc Fabregas told Grealish that he needs to use the ongoing European Championshipto show that he’s ready to move from Aston Villa to a big club like Manchester City or Manchester United where he won’t be guaranteed a place in the starting line-up like what’s obtainable with his present team.
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Cesc Fabregashas expressed his delight with the progress made by Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) this season. The former Chelsea player congratulated the West London giants after they reached the Champions League final at the expense of Spanish opponents Real Madrid on Wednesday.

According to Cesc Fabregas via his official Twitter handle, Chelsea deserve their place in the Champions League.
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AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas paid tribute to the fans for their influence in the collapse of the controversial European Super League earlier this week.

The footballing world was stunned with the announcement of the European Super League on Sunday night. The announcement was met with criticisms from fans, pundits, players and officials.
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AS Monaco midfielder Cesc Fabregas couldn’t hide his admiration for Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka after the teenager dragged his team past Portuguese giants Benficainto the next stage of the Europa League. Cesc Fabregas was full of praise for Bukayo Saka, who provided two assists for the Gunners as the Premier League giants came from 2-1 down to beat Benfica 3-2 at home in the second leg of their Europa League round of 32 tie. Cesc Fabregas took to his official Twitter handle to talk about Bukayo Saka and how he has been impressed with him during the game. Cesc Fabregas knows all about leading Arsenal as a young player and Bukayo Saka is emulating that at the club at the moment.Cesc Fabregas was signed by Arsenal as a teenager from the Barcelona Academy and he went on to become a key player for the Gunners as a teenager just like what Bukayo Saka is doing at Arsenal at the moment.

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Premier League legend Cesc Fabregas has revealed his perfect player in a recent interview monitored by popular media portal Goal. The AS Monaco player mentioned the combination of ex-Arsenal teammate Thierry Henry, ex-Barcelona teammates Lionel Messi and CarlesPuyol, himself and former Chelsea defender John Terry as his perfect player. Cesc Fabregas said he would have the speed of Thierry Henry, the quality and intelligence of Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi, the heart of CarlesPuyol or John Terry in addition to his own passing.

Cesc Fabregas is a legend in the Premier League after his excellent career at the London duo of Arsenal and Chelsea. The Monaco player came through the famed La Masia Academy at Barcelona before Arsenal and former manager Arsene Wenger signed him. The Gunners signed Cesc Fabregas shortly after he impressed at the 2003 u-17 FIFA World Cup tournament but he was too young to feature in the Arsenal squad that went through the season without a single defeat during the 2003/04 campaign. He became a first team player at Arsenal in the following season and was part of the FA Cup winning team via the penalty shootout win over Manchester United in the final. Cesc Fabregas went on to captain Arsenal after the departures of Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry. Read More



Cesc Fabregas has revealed two top European clubs he rejected before eventually making the switch to Monaco. The former Arsenal midfielder cut ties with Chelsea in January 2019 and headed to France as he joined Ligue 1 side AS Monaco.

Having been deemed surplus to requirements at Stanford Bridge, the midfielder thought it wise to leave the London club in search of greener pastures and more game time. He has now disclosed that before his move to Monaco, he had the options of signing for Milan or Napoli but preferred a move to the Stade Louis ll instead.
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