Cesc Fabregas is a Spanish professional footballer who is currently playing for Monaco as well as Spain international team. The player is a huge fan of Chelsea Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour. Billy Gilmour recently claimed that he is developing his skills by watching Fabregas playing style therefore both of them is a huge fan of each other.
According to the England Sky Sport News today evening, Fabregas has send a message to the Scottish midfielder following his loan move to Norwich City recently. Fabregas congratulated Gilmour for the decision he made and told him that playing regularly elsewhere is better than being surrounded by a great manager.
"Good luck Billy, you made a right decision. No need to be surrounded by a great manager with no playing time. Time will come when you will be Chelsea's main defensive midfielder. I trust your ability my boy"
Fabregas further urged the teenager to continue nourishing his career and adding that he is still part of the club's plans in the next squad. Most Chelsea fans in the world believe that Billy Gilmour will be a good replacement for N'golo Kante when the France star retires in his career.
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