Transfer talk: Cesc Fabregas reportedly reached agreement on signing 2 year deal with Italian club Como 1907

Spanish midfield maestro Cesc Fabregas, 35, spent an enormous club career with Arsenal, Barcelona, and Chelsea, but his continuous injury problems have hampered his progress since moving to Monaco in 2019.

The recent Transfer talk suggests that the Spanish World Cup winner is now approaching Italy with a view to joining a second division club to play with them in the upcoming season.

Why did Fabregas choose an Italian side for his next destination?

Cesc Fabregas, a former World Cup champion and international for Spain, is preparing to move on to the next phase of his career by retiring from top-flight soccer, and for that reason, he has already set his new destination with a view to continuing his soccer journey.

It is speculated that Fabregas was keen on playing football in Europe despite rumors of joining the MLS or J-League, and he was also enthusiastic about exploring Italian football, which enabled him to choose a Serie B club.

Fabrizio Romano, a famous soccer journalist, is an expert on the latest transfer talk and, therefore, his reliable reports show that Fabregas will sign a two-year agreement with Serie B team Como once his contract expires with AS Monaco.

Fabrizio Romano also posted about this matter on his official twitter account by posting that,

“Como has reached full verbal agreement with Cesc Fabregas.” The Italian second division side are now set to complete the deal on a two-year contract.

In another part of Romano’s post, the correspondent confirmed that Fabregas will fly to Italy to sign an official deal and complete a medical test with Como 1907 for a two-year deal until the summer of 2024.

In this summer transfer window, many big names are now in the market to find their next destination, but the transfer talk of Cesc Fabregas caught the special attention of the media and fans because of his prolific soccer career, which made him one of the greatest midfielders in Spanish football.


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