Former Chelsea star, Cesc Fabregas, has informed his former teammate at Stamford Bridge, Andreas Christensen, to be extra of a bastard, including that the defender is ‘an excessive amount of of man.
Christensen, who got here to Stamford Bridge in 2012, has made 150 appearances for the membership throughout his time on the membership.
Now 25, the Den’s contract expires on the finish of the season and the defender has been linked with a transfer to LaLiga giants, Barcelona.
Fabregas, who performed for Arsenal and Chelsea, mentioned he was ‘shocked’ by the centre-back’s high quality when he first broke into Chelsea’s first staff.
Nevertheless, the Spaniard mentioned the Denmark worldwide wants to point out extra aggression throughout video games.
“He’s quick, robust, nice with the ball, agile, positions himself nicely,” Fabregas mentioned in an interview with Spanish journalist Gerard Romero on his Twitch present Jijantes.
“Once I first arrived at Chelsea, he was a teen coaching with the primary staff, and I used to be already shocked.
“The one factor that I’d inform Christensen to attempt to enhance on is that he’s an excessive amount of of man generally. He needs to be extra of a bastard, you already know.
“I see that in Eric [Garcia] too. They’re good guys, and you may’t be like that in soccer nowadays.”