Cesc Fàbregas announces with a video his signing for the Monaco until 2022

Cesc Fàbregas announces with a video his signing for the Monaco until 2022


The Spanish midfielder Cesc Fàbregas announced today, through a video broadcast on social networks, his signing for Monaco, with whom he signed a contract for three and a half seasons, until June 2022.

In the video, Cesc appears as a watchmaker repairing a clock, until at the end he says "now is the time" and wears a Monaco shirt over his shoulder.

In a photograph spread through his Twitter account, the midfielder poses in front of the T-shirt with your name and number 44.

The Monegasque club confirmed the news in a statement in which specified the duration of the contract signed with the player, 31 years and from Chelsea English.

The Monegasque club confirmed the news in a statement in which specified the duration of the contract signed with the player, 31 years and from Chelsea English.

The Monaco remembers that Cesc began his professional career at the London Arsenal, where he played from 2003 to 2011 and where relieved as captain Thierry Henry, who will now be his coach in the Monegasque bench and with whom he has a great relationship since then.

"It is a great pleasure to join AS Monaco, a new project for me, the group has quality, with young players and a young coach, I am here to help the team, and I am eager to make my debut, we have a great match to play on Sunday. in Marseille, "said Fàbregas, according to his team's statement.

For his part, the Monegasque vice-president, Vadim Vasilyev, said that the Monaco welcomes a "world-class player" and stressed that, thanks to his experience, the player "will contribute a lot to our players on and off the pitch. "

Fàbregas comes to a team immersed in a serious crisis, penultimate in Ligue 1 with only three games won, eliminated from the Champions League, and has not yet managed to match the young talents from their lower categories.

Chelsea – where he played since 2014 – dedicated a long statement on his website to Fabregas, in which he thanked him for his years in the club and wished him luck for the "next chapter of what has been a fantastic career".

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