Cesc Fabregas Announces Retirement, Set to Begin Coaching Career

The Former Arsenal and Chelsea Star Concludes a Glittering Football Career, Eyes Coaching Path

Cesc Fabregas Announces Retirement, Set to Begin Coaching Career
Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas, 36, has announced his retirement from professional football and is set to transition into coaching. His decision marks the end of a highly successful career, which saw him achieve remarkable feats with clubs like Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, Monaco, and Serie B club Como, where he will begin his coaching career, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Fabregas made a mark in the football world, winning the FA Cup with Arsenal, La Liga, the Copa del Rey, and the Club World Cup at Barcelona, in addition to the FA Cup and two Premier League titles with Chelsea. Notably, he also secured both the World Cup and the European Championship with Spain.

Expressing his feelings about his retirement, Fabregas said, “It is with great sadness that the time has come for me to hang up my playing boots. From my first days at Barca, Arsenal, Barca again, Chelsea, Monaco and Como, I will treasure them all.” He thanked everyone who had helped him in his journey, including his family, teammates, coaches, directors, presidents, owners, fans, and his agent.

Looking ahead, Fabregas is set to coach Como’s B and youth teams, earning his coaching credentials. His ultimate aim is to transition into football management, leveraging the invaluable experience and insights he gained during his illustrious playing career.

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