Former Arsenal and Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas announces retiremement after sensational career

Cesc Fabregas has announced his retirement from a stunning career in football at the age of 36.

The midfielder shined at a young age for Arsenal before signing for a star-studded Barcelona side where he won LaLiga.


Fabregas played alongside some of the greatest players in world footballCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Fabregas won two Premier League titles with Chelsea


Fabregas won two Premier League titles with ChelseaCredit: Getty Images

Fabregas then returned to the Premier League in 2014 when he signed for Chelsea, where he won two Premier League titles.

He also lifted the World Cup with Spain, sandwiched between back-to-back European Championship titles, during a career laden with individual and team success.

Taking to Instagram, he said: “It is with great sadness that the time has come for me to hang up my playing boots.

“From lifting the World Cup, the Euros, to winning everything in England and Spain and nearly all the European trophies, it has been a journey that I’ll never forget.”

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