Cesc Fabregas: Why I need to win the Champions League with Chelsea

The Chelsea midfielder is determined to help the Blues win Europe's elite club competition

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Cesc Fabregas admits that he would take “enormous satisfaction” from winning the Champions League with Chelsea.

The Spaniard has never won Europe’s elite club competition despite spending three years at Barcelona following his move away from Arsenal in 2011.

Chelsea travel to Maribor on Wednesday night looking to book their place in the last 16 of the tournament.

And the 27-year-old midfielder is determined to help Jose Mourinho’s men achieve glory in the competition in the coming seasons.

“It is important, the Champions League is the competition I still need to win,” said Fabregas, who was a runner-up in the competition with Arsenal in 2006.

“It would give me enormous satisfaction. We have a great team. I do not know if it will happen this year, next year or in the next five years. That is football.”

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