LIGUE 1 – Cesc Fabregas, un départ et des questions

Cesc Fabregas is no longer part of AS Monaco. This Saturday, the club announced the departure of the player. The ax therefore fell after three and a half years of an adventure that quickly turned into a disaster. With 6 appearances this season and only 159 minutes played, the Spaniard hadn’t really been in Monaco for a long time.

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However, if we go back three and a half years, the rookie had everything from the right pick. For 9 small million euros, Monaco had offered a player with a pedigree well above the average of the French championship. World champion, European champion with Spain, Spanish champion with Barca and English champion with Chelsea, the prodigy trained at Arsenal remained a name of international stature.

A salary of 600,000 euros per month

Unfortunately, the mayonnaise never set. Little influential on the game, in physical difficulty and very rarely decisive, Fabregas scored only 4 goals and delivered only 9 assists on the Rock in 68 games. That is less in three and a half years than in a single season with Chelsea in 2016/2017, the title year when he scored 7 goals and distilled 15 assists. Irremediably, he descended in the hierarchy until this fateful last freelance where pubalgia kept him away from the field.

The acknowledgment of failure has therefore been ratified, and everyone can go their own way. Monaco is parting with the 600,000 euros per month that the player cost him, and he can hope to revive himself. Said to him “don’t want to end up like this“to AFP and mentioned”teams, in C1, of a lower level“. At 35 and given his record, it is not sure that the suitors are jostling.

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