I’ve suffered a lot – Cesc Fabregas on next plan after Monaco
Former Chelsea, Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, has revealed his next plan after confirming that he will not be returning to Monaco next season.
Fabregas said he would find a new project and see where the future takes him, adding that he has suffered a lot this year.
The 35-year-old said he has received a couple of phone calls from some of his former managers to join them as a coach.
The Spaniard endured a disappointing season in the French Ligue 1, playing just twice after a succession of injuries kept him on the sidelines.
Asked if he could stay put at Monaco, Fabregas told So Foot: “No, it’s sure that it is over between Monaco and me. My contract expires next June, and I’m looking for a fresh start. My head needs a fresh start elsewhere.
“It has been not only the worst year of my career but the worst year of my life because when I am not happy in football, I can’t be happy in life.
“I have suffered a lot this year; it has been difficult mentally.”
“To be honest, I received a couple of phone calls in the last couple of weeks from former managers to see whether I was open to joining them as a coach,” he added.
“But this year has been so bad that I can’t end like this, not after having constructed this career. I want to continue playing.”
“I’m open to anything, I just want to enjoy myself. The place does not really matter. I’m going to find a new project and see where the future takes me.”