Former Arsenal striker Thiery Henry was relieved of his duties as the head coach of Monaco over the weekend following the dismal spell the Frenchman has overseen since taking over the reins at the club.

Monaco new signing Cesc Fabregas has revealed how disappointed he was after the news of Henry’s dismissal broke out, insisting that the Arsenal legend will still become a ‘top manager’ in the future.
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AC Milan Eyeing On Young Star Of Chelsea Besides To The Deal Of Cesc Fabregas

AC Milan is now targeting on a young star of Chelsea besides the deal of Cesc Fabregas. The giants of Serie A are going through an injury crisis in the midfield, as their regular players, Giacomo Bonaventura and Lucas Biglia are out until the beginning of the New Year.

Cesc Fabregas, 31-year-old, has been a target of the giants of Serie A from a very long time, but it became possible only now, with the veteran approaching the end of his contract with Stamford Bridge, that the giant came into the position to start negotiations with the club of Chelsea regarding their desire of keeping the player.
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Fabregas Looks Forward To Signing A New Contract With Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas is quite hopeful that he would convince Chelsea to give him a fresh contract. As the deal of this midfielder comes to an end next summer, he very well knows that the ball is now in the court of Chelsea. Fabregas is happy working under Maurizio Sarri and the midfielder who had to miss the beginning of the season due to an injury simply refuses to leave. Fabregas said he is open about it and said that he only has 8 months remaining at the club. He wishes to stay at the club as he has been happy being there for 4 years. The midfielder has seen success and achieved many victories. He has a great understanding and rapport as far as his fans and players are concerned. He still feels he has a lot more to give to this game and leaves it to the club to decide about renewing his contract.

Chelsea, on the other hand, has the policy to offer an extension of a year to players who are in their 30s. Now it’s only Sarri who can take a decision of keeping Fabregas. The ex-midfielder of Barcelona and Arsenal started in Europa League win over Vidi last week and had a great hand in creating the winning goal for Alvaro Morata. Fabregas said he is back from an injury and still feels a bit of a pain. But he is not someone who would just sit there and not help the team, especially knowing that he could add a great value being there.
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