Former premier league midfielder star player, Cesc Fabregas has revealed plans for coaching in the Premier League club after his retirement from playing.
Meanwhile, he was a former midfielder for two rival clubs, Arsenal and Chelsea, whose currently 35-year-old just complete his free transfer move to Serie B side Como on Monday following the expiry of his contract at Monaco.
Speaking to Sky Sports News,
Cesc Fabregas explained how managing in the Premier League is a target he has set for himself.
“When I become a coach, as I have said, the Premier League has been my league, it is where I played my best football, my best years, where people respect me so much,” he said.
“I feel really loved in England and, in the future, I would love [to coach there], why not?
“I’d love to [be a Premier League manager], 100 per cent. If I can look at a target in some years to come, then definitely, this is in my head.
“But, first things first, take one step at a time. I’m here to do well for Como, it’s a beautiful project and let’s see where we go from there.”