Cesc Fabregas says he fully intends to go into management when his playing days are over, despite people telling him that he must be crazy to want to do it.

Cesc Fabregas has one year left on his current deal at Monoca and the midfielder has revealed he is looking to move into management after retiring

Fabregas was a serial winner with Chelsea and Barcelona, picking up league titles and domestic cups to add to his international haul of two European Championships and the World Cup.

The former Chelsea midfielder has played under some of the game’s greats Managers, including Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, Fabregas will certainly have learnt a thing or two during his playing days.

Whether or not Fabregas will extend his stay at Monaco or go on to play elsewhere is not clear, but whenever his playing days do come to an end, he has every intention of becoming a manager.

The Spaniard, who won a whopping 110 caps for his country, says he has been warned off a move into management, but it is something he has had in his plans for some time and is excited to test his mettle out in the dugout.

‘It’s something that’s been inside me for a long time, it’s something I’d like to try,’ Fabregas told talkSPORT.

‘People tell me I’m crazy because after a long career and so much pressure, going into management is maybe even more pressure!

‘It’s something that I like, I want to give it a go. I’m learning, studying, listening from a lot of different people and in football you always keep learning every day so I’m happy about this.’

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