He needs to go - Sarri backs Fabregas exit

He needs to go - Sarri backs Fabregas exit

He needs to go - Sarri backs Fabregas exit

The 18-year-old nearly made it 2-0 but his effort was saved following an impressive run on goal before Morata made the game safe with his second of the match. "I don't want as very important player as Cesc not happy".

Fabregas is set to leave Chelsea in the transfer window but could not sign off with a goal on his 198th appearance after seeing his first half spot kick saved by Luke Steele.

"As you know, he had a standing ovation [in Chelsea's win over Forest] and there were some tears, because he gave so much to the Premier League".

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri is believed to be admirers of both players and signing one of the two would soften the blow of seeing Fabregas head to Monaco. [And] in my opinion he needs to go.

Barella is being monitored by many European giants and Sarri is planning to hasten his move for his compatriot in order to beat other competitors to his signature.

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The 31-year-old is expected to join Monaco, where he will reunite with Thierry Henry, but he had an opportunity to say goodbye to the fans at Stamford Bridge as he started and captained the Blues on Saturday afternoon.

"I want him to stay, I don't know the final decision of Cesc and the club, of course".

But the deal is yet to be completed and Fabregas could be in contention to feature on Tuesday night in the Carabao Cup semi-final against Tottenham. "So I'm ready for wherever I need to be filled in really".

Callum Hudson-Odoi should wait for his chance at Chelsea and reject any move to Bayern Munich, Paul Merson told The Debate. I think [it has been emotional] not just for him, for everybody. "And I think he has a very great future here, in England, with the national team and with Chelsea".

"Sad for everybody when you lose this kind of player, this kind of person, but I think everybody has to stand up and clap the hands for him because he deserves it".

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