Marcos Alonso, Cesc Fabregas, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Pedro and Alvaro Morata on Chelsea's team flight to Madrid ahead of their Champions League match against Atletico Madrid Cesc Fabregas, pictured with Alvaro Morata in training, admits he found life difficult last term 'I came from playing everything with [Jose] Mourinho and [Guus] Hiddink and then suddenly I was not counted on all of the time.
Fabregas, who formed a fruitful partnership with Costa during their title-winning season in 2015, says he would have preferred to see his Spain international team-mate stay at the club and claims there has been no better 'pure striker' than him.
'Clearly I would have preferred for him to continue as a team-mate,' the midfielder added.
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