Cesc Fabregas, who has played only 2 Ligue 1 games with AS Monaco this season, has confirmed he will leave the princely club this summer, after a season he described as the “worst” of his career.
Between Cesc Fabregas and AS Monaco, it is the end of a story that will never reach the heights expected when the Spanish midfielder arrived at the Principality in January 2019. The player confirmed in an interview with So Foot that he was leaving. ASM this summer, at the end of his contract.
“It is certain that it is over between Monaco and me, he assured. My contract expires next June, and I am looking for a fresh start. My head needs a fresh start somewhere else. ” This season, Monaco n°4 have played only 5 games: two in Ligue 1, two in the Champions League qualifying rounds and one in the Europa League. All in August and September. Since then, he has been unavailable due to hamstring or ankle problems.
He doesn’t want to stop and is looking for a new project
Even as he tried to make a comeback with the Monaco reserve team, Fabregas had to walk out with an injury. “It is the worst year not only in my career, but also in my life, because when I am not happy in football, I am not happy in my life,” he said. I have gone through a lot this year, and it has been It’s mentally tough.”
Cesc Fabregas celebrated his 35th birthday ten days ago, but he is not planning to retire as a player. Some of his former coaches have approached him, but so far they have no intention. “This year has been so bad that I can’t finish it. Not after making this career. I want to keep playing.” So the Spaniard is looking for a new project.