Ex-Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas believes that the Gunners have missed the influence of Aaron Ramsey since the Welshman left the club to join Italian champions Juventus on a free transfer at the start of last season.
Cesc Fabregas talked about Arsenal and the influence of former teammates Aaron Ramsey while he was a pundit on BT Sports during the recent league game between Arsenal and Chelsea. Cesc Fabregas knows a lot about Arsenal and Chelsea having played for the two teams. Cesc Fabregas was at Arsenal for almost a decade having joined them as a teenager and he would go on to play for their London rivals much later.
Arsenal and legendary manager Arsene Wenger were key to his signing almost two decades ago. Fabregas joined the Gunners as a teenager from the youth team at Barcelona in 2003 and he would go on to break several records at the club.
Cesc Fabregas was the Arsenal skipper when he left the club to return to Barcelona eight years later. The Spaniard spent just three years with his boyhood team before returning to the Premier League in the colours of Chelsea in 2014. He was with the Blues until January 2019 when he went to AS Monaco in the French top flight.
CescFabregas was the Gunners skipper when the club signed Aaron Ramsey from Welsh team Cardiff City in 2008 and he watched him grow into a fantastic footballer. Arsenal were able to sign the Welsh international after fending off the interest of Premier League rivals Manchester United.
Cesc Fabregas talked about how the Gunners missed him during the Europa League game with Chelsea in Baku in the summer of 2019 just before he left the club for Juventus. Aaron Ramsey missed that Europa League final with Chelsea due to injury as Arsenal were beaten 4-1 in Baku, Azerbaijan. The result ensured that the Gunners failed to secure Champions League football for last season.