Be more aggressive – Fabregas tells Chelsea star

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 ‘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.

Be more aggressive – Fabregas tells Chelsea star
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 ‘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 Den’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 ‘surprised’ by the centre-back’s quality when he first broke into Chelsea’s first team. However, the Spaniard said the Denmark international needs to show more aggression during games. “He is fast, strong, great with the ball, agile, positions himself well,” Fabregas said in an interview with Spanish journalist Gerard Romero on his Twitch show Jijantes. “When I first arrived at Chelsea, he was a youngster training with the first team, and I was already surprised. “The only thing that I would tell Christensen to try and improve on is that he’s too much of a good guy sometimes. He has to be more of a bastard, you know. “I see that in Eric [Garcia] too. They’re good guys, and you can’t be like that in football these days.”