Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas Joins Italy Serie B Side Como On A Free Transfer

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Cesc Fabregas will be plying his trade with Como, a club in the lower division of the Italian League, Serie B, after a confirmation of his departure to the club.

Cesc Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas

Football lovers all over, who followed the blueprints of the player throughout his spell with top-flight clubs in Europe, may see this move as shocking and unbecoming of the player.

Cesc Fabregas is one of the top European players who has won trophies and individual awards while plying his trade in top-flight European clubs. The former Arsenal, Barcelona, and Chelsea star reckon with any high-profile Europe with his marks and shelf of trophies and individual awards in the game.

Cesc Fabregas: Early Career

Fabregas is a renowned Spanish footballer born and raised in Arenys De Mar, Spain. He is a well-known central midfielder with records with Barcelona – one of the best clubs in Europe.

He started his football career in the Mataro youth team in Spain, where he played for two years between 1995-1997. After two years with Mataro, Fabregas moved to the Barcelona youth team, where he played for six years, from 1997-2003. He joined the Arsenal youth team in 2003, where his professional football career received a boost as he broke into the Gunners senior team.

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Cesc Fabregas’s Thriving Arsenal Spell

Cesc Fabregas
Cesc Fabregas In Arsenal

Fabregas first had a full-fledged professional career with the Gunners when Arsene Wenger gave the Spaniard a chance after he exhibited great and sterling football skills at the Gunners youth team.

Fabregas justified Arsene Wenger’s confidence by scoring 35 times as an attacking midfielder in his 212 appearances for the club. After four years with the Gunners, Fabregas returned to Barcelona in 2011, where he played for three years for the club. He made 96 appearances for the Catalans and scored 28 goals.

Fabregas returned to England, where he joined Chelsea until 2019. He made 138 appearances for the Blues, scoring 15 goals.

Cesc Fabregas: National Team Record

Fabregas rose through the ranks, playing at different stages of the Spanish national team. He has played for the Spain U-16, making 8 appearances for the club. He also featured 14 times for Spain U-17, scoring 7 goals, including the U-20 team. Fabregas has been capped 110 times for the Spain senior men’s national team and has scored 15 goals for the team.

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Trophies And Awards

Cesc Fabregas At Barcelona

Fabregas reached the zenith of his football career when he won the South Africa 2010 World Cup with the national team. He has won two UEFA European Championships with the national team in 2008 and 2012.

Fabregas was part of Spain’s U-17 team who finished as runner-up in the 2004 UEFA European Under-17 Championship. Fabregas has won many trophies in his spell with several top European clubs. He has won the Premier League, FA Cup, La Liga, Copa Del Rey, Europa League, FIFA Club World Cup, and several personal awards.

Cesc Fabregas may be in the twilight of his career after his move to Serie B side Como has been confirmed.

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