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Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas won’t be making a return to the club as part of incoming manager Enzo Maresca’s coaching staff.

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Having retired from playing last summer, Fabregas has been gaining coaching experience with Como in Serie B. He initially took charge of Como’s B team and Under-19s, later serving as interim head coach for the first team. Despite not being able to secure the permanent head coach role due to licensing requirements, he remained as an assistant and is now set to take over as head coach as Como moves into Serie A.

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Fabregas’ recent visit to Chelsea’s Cobham training ground stirred speculation about a possible return, but his commitment to Como and his managerial aspirations in Serie A make it unlikely for him to join Chelsea anytime soon.

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Reports suggest that Chelsea has agreed to terms with Maresca, which include bringing in his own coaching team, including Willy Caballero, Danny Walker, Michele de Bernardin, Marcos Alvarez, and Javier Molina Caballero.

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