According to the London Metro, former Arsenal midfield wizard, Cesc Fabregas, may be on his way out of Chelsea, after been dropped again by the Blues interim manager, Guus Hiddink. Fabregas is reported to have been dropped from the squad that travelled to Manchester for the match against the Red Devils and have not had regular playing time under the new Chelsea boss.
Fabregas had a wonderful last season with Chelsea, helping the Blues to win the Premier League and the League Cup, notching 18 assists and 3 league goals in the process. The 28-year old has been a shadow of his former self this season. He has only been able to get just a meagre 4 assists to his name this season.
The Spaniard was recently in the news for some training ground bust up and have also been casted a villain by the Stamford Bridge faithfuls, alongside, Diego Costa and Eden Hazard. His substitution in Chelsea’s match against Sunderland was greeted by a heavy boo from a larger part of the Chelsea supporters. All this have fuelled speculations that the Spain international may just be on his way out of Chelsea after just a season.
The player who spent 7 years at Arsenal moved to Barcelona in 2011, and after spending 3 years at Nou Camp, made a €33million move to Chelsea, where he has subsequently impressed until Chelsea’s grand decline in form. Fabregas is a La Liga winner, a two-time English Premier League winner. He also holds a league cup anda FIFA Club World Cup winners medal among his numerous winners medal.
The former Gunners captain, who was substituted only after 46 minutes in the game against Watford is reported to be frustrated and may leave the club soon, but a destination is currently unknown. Fabregas only has 3 assists and a goal for Arsenal in all competition this season, but still boasts of an 84% pass accuracy.