Cesc Fabregas has confirmed that he will retire from soccer on July 1, 2023.
Cesc Fabregas, who has previously played for Barcelona and Chelsea, has declared his retirement from football. Fabregas has also played for both clubs.
Fabregas revealed the information in the form of a message, which he posted on his Twitter account and made public.
“It is with great regret that I must make the announcement that the time has come for me to hang up my playing boots,” he concluded in his statement.
“From my first days at Barcelona to Arsenal and back to Barcelona, Chelsea, Monaco, and Como, I will cherish them all,” he stated. “From my first days at Barca, Arsenal, and Barca again, Chelsea, Monaco, and Como.” “The times I spent in Como will always have a special place in my heart.” It has been a trip that I will never forget because of the various accomplishments that I have acquired along the road. These accomplishments include winning the World Cup and the Euros, as well as everything in England and Spain and nearly all of the European titles. I will never forget this journey because of the many things I was able to do along the way.
“My fellow players, coaches, directors, presidents, owners, fans, and my agent, as well as anyone else who has helped me in any way,” I would like to express my gratitude to everyone in my family, beginning with my parents and sister and continuing with my wife and children, for the knowledge, experience, and guidance that I have gained from each of you.
“I want to thank everyone who tried to bring me down because it was through your efforts that I was able to grow stronger.” It has already been more than worth it to me because of all of the excellent experiences I’ve had and the wonderful people I’ve met along the road. Furthermore, as a result of my trips, I have grown more sensitive and mature. I have learned three new languages. I’ve had experiences that, if someone had told me about them a million years ago, I would never have believed I’d ever come near to.
Fabregas has made it known that he aspires to enter a new phase of his football career by becoming a teacher.
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“However, it’s not all sadness because I’m now going to cross the white line and start coaching the B and Primavera teams of Como 1907,” he explained. A multi-person project that I am incredibly excited to work on. I couldn’t help but fall in love with this wonderful football squad right immediately, and they chose me to coach them at the best time in my career. I’m going to grab it with both hands.
“Therefore, after an extraordinary twenty years that have been filled with self-sacrifice, commitment, and happiness, it is time to say thank you and farewell to the beautiful game,” said the player as he announced his retirement from the sport. I made an effort to relish every moment of it. Cesc”
Fabregas has played professional football for a variety of clubs, including Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, Monaco, and Como. In addition, he played for the Spanish national team, for which he won various accolades, including the FIFA World Cup in 2010.