Cesc Fabregas to wife and kids; I won't be as available as before

Cesc Fabregas to wife and kids; I won't be as available as before

- Cesc Fabregas tells his wife he will not be as available as he used to be

- The 33-year-old has been on lockdown with his family since the middle of March due to coronavirus

- Cesc has now told them that with the return of football, it will not be business, as usual, any longer

Two-time Premier League winner Cesc Fabregas has sent a note of warning to his wife and kids ahead of football resumption.

The former Barcelona and Arsenal midfielder revealed he told his wife over dinner that he will no longer be as available as he was during the last three months when he was forced to stay at home.

Fabregas was on lockdown with his family since the middle of March following the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic which has killed over 400,000 over the world.

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During that period, 33-year-old spent time with his wife and their children as there was no other activity any of them could engage in with the entire streets deserted.

With Spanish League set for resumption this weekend, he tweeted on his timeline: "While we were having dinner, I just reminded my wife that football is coming back in just 2 days.

"After over 3 months, 13 weeks, 92 days, 2.208 hours of having my full attention and the kids on my back every second of the day.

He continued: "I will no longer be as available. And her answer was (honestly): Well, it was nice to get to know you properly, what a great man you turned out to be."

Fabregas joined French League side AS Monaco from Chelsea in January 2019 but their league has been cancelled with PSG awarded the title.

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The government in France insisted football activities would not return in the country until September - hence the need to wrap up the season with about 10 matches to go.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Cesc Fabregas had the opportunity to play under the best managers in the game and has picked Jose Mourinho as his favourite.

Despite Mourinho calling the Spaniard rubbish several times, the former Chelsea midfielder still holds out his claim that the Portuguese is the best coach to manage top stars.

Fabregas started his career under Arsene Wenger and broke into Arsenal's first time in a short time and also played for Pep Guardiola while he was a coach at Barcelona.

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