Cesc Fabregas has taken to his Instagram account to respond to claims that had been made by the BBC and Pat Nevin that he had been a key contributor in the fallout with Jose Mourinho which subsequently led to the Chelsea fans’ booing him last weekend as he was substituted.
See what he wrote;
I’m pleased that Pat Nevin and the BBC have now apologised and corrected their comments. I can reiterate that I had an exceptionally good relationship with Jose Mourinho as I will aim to have with any coach that I play for. The football club is more important than any one player. We have all let the manager and club down this year as a collective unit. We will get this right of that I am sure. With all your help we can put this period behind us and make @chelseafc great again.