Cesc leaves Monaco: “I’m leaving, it’s been the worst year of my life”

Cesc con el Mónaco

Cesc Fàbregas will not continue at Monaco next season. The world champion in 2010 with Spain has suffered an ordeal this season due to injuries and will not continue in the Monegasque team in June. This has been confirmed in an interview in So Foot in which he recognized that this year has been the worst of his life due to the irregularity that has prevented him from performing at the highest level.

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“It is certain that between Monaco and I we are finished. My contract expires next June and I am looking for a new start. My head needs a new start somewhere else. It is the worst year not only of my career, but also of my life. , because when I am not happy in football, I am not happy in my life. This year I have suffered a lot and it has been strong mentally. This year has been so bad that I can’t finish this. Not after building this career. I want to keep playing,” he explained. Cesc in an interview in So Foot.

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This season, the former player of the Barcelona He has barely been able to play five games, two of them being only in the Ligue 1. Since September, Cesc has not been able to continue due to injuries, a situation that has forced him to even play with the subsidiary team on several occasions. At 35 years old, he will look for a new challenge before announcing his retirement from the world of football.

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