Former Chelsea star, Cesc Fabregas, has told his former teammate at Stamford Bridge, Andreas Christensen, to be more of a bastard, adding that the defender is â€˜too much of a good guy.
Christensen, who came to Stamford Bridge in 2012, has made 150 appearances for the club during his time at the club.
Now 25, the Denâ€™s contract expires at the end of the season and the defender has been linked with a move to LaLiga giants, Barcelona.
Fabregas, who played for Arsenal and Chelsea, said he was â€˜surprisedâ€™ by the centre-backâ€™s quality when he first broke into Chelseaâ€™s first team.
However, the Spaniard said the Denmark international needs to show more aggression during games.
â€œHe is fast, strong, great with the ball, agile, positions himself well,â€ Fabregas said in an interview with Spanish journalist Gerard Romero on his Twitch show Jijantes.
â€œWhen I first arrived at Chelsea, he was a youngster training with the first team, and I was already surprised.
â€œThe only thing that I would tell Christensen to try and improve on is that heâ€™s too much of a good guy sometimes. He has to be more of a bastard, you know.
â€œI see that in Eric [Garcia] too. Theyâ€™re good guys, and you canâ€™t be like that in football these days.â€