Fabregas in tears as he says goodbye at Stamford Bridge

Cecs Fabregas with wife Daniella Semaan

SMITTEN Cesc Fabregas with wife Daniella Semaan

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Cesc Fabregas was in tears during his emotional farewell to Chelsea fans ahead of Monaco move on Saturday, January 5, after playing his last match in a Blues' jersey against Championship side, Nottingham Forest.

The 18-year-old Wales worldwide played his tenth game for the Blues in their comfortable 2-0 FA Cup third round victory over Nottingham Forest on Saturday, something that earned the Grecians £250,000 as part of Ampadu's move to Stamford Bridge.

"It was different football [in Germany], but I wouldn't say it was daunting". Obviously we've had a few injuries haven't we so I've slotted in there in training and I guess when you try and train well you hope the manager can see that.

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Hudson-Odoi played in England's 2017 U17 World Cup victory, making nine appearances in the tournament and helped to created three goals in the 5-2 final win over Spain. Now with the midfielders we are in trouble I think. He can play but of course sometimes he will be on the bench, like Willian or Pedro, but now I can start to consider him at the same level. "I've always appreciated how they've played football, and it's really nice how they play now, with their new coach".

"At this club there's a rule, the renewal of players over 30 is for one year".

Callum Hudson-Odoi should wait for his chance at Chelsea and reject any move to Bayern Munich, Paul Merson told The Debate.

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Eden Hazard also paid tribute to Fabregas, who joined Chelsea from Barcelona in June 2014, two years after Hazard, and has won two Premier League titles, plus the 2015 League Cup and 2018 FA Cup, during his spell at Stamford Bridge.

"I don't think so because he's an English player, he's very young, he has the future and I think he has a very great future here, with the national team and Chelsea", he replied.

"To stay here is better for him", said Sarri.

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"Two assists and he worked very hard defensively".

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