Cesc Fabregas has been without a doubt among the best midfielders in the past decade, and despite not being in form last season, he is still a world class player. However, things could have gone quite different for the Spaniard if it wasn’t for Arsene Wenger giving him a chance at Arsenal.
That’s what Fabregas admits as well, while giving an interview for FourFourTwo, in which he discusses in length all of the coaches he has played for. The 29-year-old speaks about Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, but admits the Frenchman has played the biggest role in his career until now.
Watch the video below in order to hear what else Fabregas has to say about all of his coaches: