Previous Barcelona and Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas reported his retirement from football on Saturday. He has enjoyed some time off from football almost 20 years in the wake of making his presentation for Armory at 16 years old.
Announces retirement at 36 Former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas
Previous Barcelona, Weapons store and Cesc midfielder Cesc Fabregas has declared his retirement from football.
Previous midfielder Cesc Fabregas last played for Como in Serie B.
Fabregas, a previous Spain worldwide, has played dynamic football for a very long time.
Has been a critical piece of winning significant prizes with Weapons store, Barcelona and Chelsea.
Fàbregas won two FA Cups, two Head Association titles and a LaLiga crown.
Fàbregas won the World Cup and the European Title prize with Spain.
The 36-year-old said: “It is with extraordinary pity that the opportunity has arrived for me to resign from the game.
He got serious about his excursion “from winning the World Cup, Euros to winning everything in Britain and Spain and practically every one of the European prizes”.
Following 20 mind blowing long stretches of penance, devotion and pleasure, we say thank you and express farewell to this delightful game.
Fabregas was likewise important for the Spain group that came out on top for consecutive European Titles in 2008 and 2012.