Cesc Fabregas Bids Farewell: Former Spain Star Calls an End to His Illustrious Career

Cesc Fabregas, a former football player, has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36. He had a 20-year career that saw him represent Barcelona, Arsenal, Chelsea, Monaco, and Como, among others. Fabregas began his career in the Barcelona academy before joining Arsenal as a 16-year-old in 2003. At Arsenal, he won the 2005 FA Cup. He returned to Barcelona in 2011 and spent three years at Camp Nou, where he won the 2012-13 La Liga. Fabregas then moved to Chelsea, where he won the Premier League title in 2015. He also won the 2010 World Cup and the Euros with Spain. In his retirement announcement, Fabregas said, “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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