Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has stated that he wants to remain at Chelsea next season and that he has no intention of leaving the London club.
He said that he would have wanted to have more game time on the pitch, but he recognizes that this is the manager’s decision.
Despite that, he stated that he is happy in London and that he would want to remain at the club next season. This comes after increasing speculation that the player might ask for a transfer next season as he fails to get enough playing time on the pitch.
The Spanish international said that Chelsea are a club on the rise and they are probably one of the best clubs in Europe at the moment. He stated that he wants to continue this adventure under Antonio Conte and feels that he can get enough playing time next season. Continue reading Fabregas wants to stay
Former Chelsea and Spurs defender Graham Roberts condemned the comments of Chelsea players, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas for their open comments on who they prefer to lift the English Premier League this season.
He described the comments about wanting Leicester City to win the EPL title over Tottenham Hotspurs as “ridiculous” and unprofessional.
Chelsea face Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Monday before hosting Leicester on the final day of the season, meaning that last season’s Premier League title winners could yet have a big say on the destination of the trophy this time around.
Eden Hazard after the 4-1 victory over Bournemouth last weekend said that “the fans, the club and the players” want to see Leicester edge out Tottenham in the title race. On the other hand, Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas had earlier revealed that he too would be rooting against Spurs most likely due to his links to the emirates where he played for years.
The comments angered many as it led to suggestions that Chelsea might deliberately lose to Leicester in order to deny Tottenham the title and undermine the integrity of the Premier League and the Chelsea coach had to come out to deny the suggestions.
“You can think it but you don’t need to say it. Continue reading ROBERTS CONDEMN FABREGAS AND HAZARD’S COMMENTS