Adding to the Daniele De Rossi fever of playing in South America, we believe Cesc Fabregas would have a great time in Argentina.
A player like Cesc Fabregas is arguably one of the best midfielders in his position, going to play in South America would be an excellent career move for him.
The man is currently living large in France, where he recently arrived at AS Monaco after Thierry Henry convinced him to leave London.
After only a few months there, Cesc was completely alone because Henry was sacked from his job due to the bad results he kept getting.
This was terrible news for Fabregas, he was all alone at a club he doesn’t really know and in a country he’s never visited before.
However, the man is a professional and he quickly started to adapt. His family life helped Cesc adapt at a faster pace, he lived with his wife and children with no issues.
Ahead of the upcoming Ligue 1 season, Fabregas is currently making the rounds in the press and talking to several media outlets about his career.
In the many encounters he had, Fabregas spoke to Super Deportivo Radio from Argentina about several topics.
He revealed how sad he will get when Leo Messi retires, but the most interesting piece of information is his opinion on the possibility to play in South America someday.
— Diario Olé (@DiarioOle) August 7, 2019
With the recent transfer of Daniele De Rossi to Boca Juniors, Cesc Fabregas was questioned about the chance to play in that continent.
The AS Monaco player revealed that he would love to participate in Argentina sometime in the future, but he doesn’t know if destiny will ever take him there.
The most appealing part of playing in that continent is the Copa Libertadores, Cesc acknowledged that this competition is mythical and just as appealing as the UEFA Champions League.
“I’ve never thought about it, this whole football business goes too fast and you don’t have time to think about certain things. But why not?” said Fabregas during the interview.
“The truth is that I think we are talking about a very competitive league, there are very talented players and great players have come out of the Argentine competition.”
“The whole continent has many great players to come out from there, it would be a pleasure for me to play there someday.”
“But well, football is the way it is. Sometimes things happen, sometimes they don’t. We will see what happens in the future, you never know what’s in store for you,” he added.
¡Fabregas quiere jugar la Libertadores! 🤩
🗣️ "¿Por qué no jugar una vez la Copa Libertadores? La liga argentina me parece muy competitiva, muy agresiva. Sería para mí un placer ir a jugar ahí" pic.twitter.com/xCbk4GJ1j0
— Fuera de Juego (@ESPN_FDJ) August 7, 2019
Clubs that would be suitable for Cesc Fabregas.
While we are on the subject, there are not too many clubs from South America that can be suitable for a player such as Cesc Fabregas.
If any squad wanted to make the effort to sign him, they would have to make an important investment because this is one of the best possible players they could sign.
Argentina has River Plate and Boca Juniors as the most possible squads, Brazil has a lot more that could make the effort to sign him.
Fabregas could easily choose between Sao Paulo, Corinthians, Flamengo, Fluminense, Gremio, and other clubs that currently escape from our mind.
It is very true that many South American football fans would love having a talented player such as Cesc Fabregas in any of their leagues.
We are talking about a World Cup and European champion with the Spanish National Team, and a player who has performed in some of the best clubs in the world at the biggest leagues in Europe.
Having Cesc Fabregas would be an absolute luxury for any club in South America.
Fábregas en @SuperDeporRadio 🗣️del "Si Leo hubiera sido español, se la habría cedido a la número 10" pasando por el "Ojalá hubiera podido jugar 20 años en el Barca" y no le cerró la puerta a jugar la @Libertadores en un futuro" @javierlanza
— SuperDeportivoRadio (@SuperDeporRadio) August 7, 2019
Which South American club would be suitable for Cesc Fabregas? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.