Chelsea exit looms for Cesc
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has given an update on his future after admitting that the role he has under Maurizio Sarri is ‘not the one I want’.
The Spanish midfielder returned to the Premier League from Barcelona back in 2014 and he was initially a very important player for the club.
However, that has changed over the years and now he has very much a bit-part role at Stamford Bridge.
While he started the game against MOL Vidi, he has only started one Premier League game so far this season and didn’t even finish that game.
With his contract set to expire next summer, his future at the club has been thrown in doubt.
Now, he’s provided an update on his future.
“I know what my role is. Unfortunately, it’s not the one I want”
Fabregas has explained that ‘it’s a difficult situation’ but he won’t stop giving his all.
“I know what my role is. Unfortunately, it’s not the one I want,” he explained, as quoted by the Mirror.
“I’m keeping it professional as usual. I’m always trying to do my best, in the conditions, playing with the youngsters, playing with the first team, even though this year I still haven’t played with the full, full first team one game.
“But, I’m trying to do what I can. It’s a difficult situation for me, obviously. I’m playing the cups and the Europa League.
“I don’t give up. I’m not someone who you’ll see complaining or not giving his all because of that.
“I’ll always be there showing my face when needed and if the time comes the time comes.
“We’ll see what happens.”
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