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Cesc Fàbregas is considered one of the most creative central midfielders of his generation after what he achieved in every team he ever played for.

The Spaniard international won everything in football playing for Arsenal, Barcelona, Chelsea, and his national team Spain. He contributed to this great success becoming one of the greatest midfielders in football history.

Fabregas is one of the most successful midfielders in Premier League history. He has the second highest assists in the Premier League behind Manchester United great Ryan Giggs.

The former Barcelona and Arsenal midfielder left behind a legacy that will be difficult to break in the English Premier League. Chelsea has never managed to replace the midfield since he left in the summer of 2019. The Blues signed Croatian midfielder Mateo Kovacic but he has been struggling with injuries.

However, English playmaker Conor Gallagher has proved he has what it takes to be the next Cesc Fabregas at Chelsea. The star impressed during the first pre-season match for the Blues in America.

The 22-year-old was one of the best players for Crystal Palace last season when he was on a short-term loan from Chelsea. He was amazing at Selhurst Park where he kept on dominating matches for Patrick Viera’s men.

Gallagher has been one of the most creative central midfielders in Europe despite his young age. His terrific performance has earned him a spot for England national team.

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Conor Gallagher is going to be an important player for Thomas Tuchel in the coming years after proving his worth and his quality to play for the Blues.

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