Cesc Fabregas is one of the best central midfielders in world football and he plays for Chelsea and Spain and he possesses great play making and vision abilities. Fabregas began his professional career at Arsenal in 2003 and he made a name for himself in his latter years at the London club. In August 2011 he returned to his former club Barcelona where he played for three years before returning to England in the summer of 2014 to sign for Chelsea.
Francesc 'Cesc' Fabregas Soler was born on the 4th May 1987 in Arenys de Mar, Catalonia, Spain and he began his career at Barcelona where he played for the B side before signing for Arsenal in 2003. Fabregas was signed by Arsenal on 11 September 2003, and made his debut in October 2003 playing a League Cup tie at home to Rotherham United. In doing so he became Arsenal's youngest ever first-team player, aged 16 years and 177 days. He also took the distinction of becoming the youngest goal scorer in Arsenal's history when in a later round of the League Cup, he scored in the 5.1 victory against Wolves.
Fabregas played for Arsenal for eight years before returning back to his youth club Barcelona in 2011 for 29 million euros. Facing stiff competition for places Fabregas was more used on the bench rather than starting. For Barcelona he did win the 2012-13 La Liga title as well as the 2012 Copa del Rey and 2011 Club World Cup. Fabregas played over 150 matches for Barcelona scoring over 40 goals and making over 45 assists. In June 2014 Fabregas signed a five year deal with Premier League club Chelsea for 30 million pounds.
Having been a regular for several Spanish youth teams Fabregas made his senior Spain debut in 2006 making him the youngest player to debut for Spain in 70 years beating Sergio Ramos' former record. Fabregas' first major tournament was the 2006 World Cup where he became the youngest ever Spanish footballer to play a match at a World Cup. Fabregas was then pivotal in Spain's next three major tournaments providing different roles in each helping 'La Roja' to win their first ever World Cup triumph and second and third European Cup titles. Fabregas also played for Spain at the 2014 World Cup.