“True legend” – Ex-Super Eagles Golden Boy sends heartfelt message to retiring Cesc Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas, the former Chelsea and Spain midfielder, has announced his retirement from professional football, prompting heartfelt admiration from former Nigerian international Victor Moses. Fabregas, known for his illustrious career with clubs such as Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, Monaco, and Como, has accumulated an impressive collection of trophies, including the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship twice.

Moses, who played alongside Fabregas during their time at Chelsea, took to Twitter to express his sentiments towards the retired midfielder. He referred to Fabregas as a “true legend” of the game and extended his well-wishes for a fulfilling retirement.

The duo played pivotal roles in securing the English Premier League title in 2017 and the subsequent FA Cup victory the following year. Moses’ tweet mentioned that it was a pleasure to play with Fabregas, emphasizing his status as a legend of the game.

Moses himself retired from international football in 2018, despite his ongoing involvement in club competitions. During his time representing the Nigerian national team, he made 38 appearances and scored 12 goals. Notably, Moses played a significant role in Nigeria’s triumph in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, where they emerged victorious for the third time.

Fabregas’ retirement marks the end of an exceptional career that spanned over two decades. His numerous accomplishments and contributions to the clubs and teams he played for have solidified his status as one of the game’s greats. As he embarks on the next chapter of his life, fans and fellow players, such as Moses, are sure to remember his remarkable achievements and impact on the sport.

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