Cesc Fabregas and his wife Daniella Semaan joined Lionel Messi and his wife Antonela Roccuzzo on a yacht trip in Ibiza on Monday, and they appeared to be in good spirits.
The Argentinian footballer, 34, and his partner, 34, put on a loving display on board, wrapping their arms around one other and soaking up the sun.
Lionel flaunted Antonela’s toned figure
In a pair of multicolored patterned swimming trunks, Lionel flaunted his toned figure . Antonela, his stunning wife, flaunted her washboard abs in a pale green bikini. Her brown locks were styled in a poker straight way, and she wore sunglasses.
Antonela Roccuzzo was also seen lounging on the edge of the boat while working on her tan while wearing a patterned little skirt for the trip. Cesc, 35, wore a pair of green swimming trunks with a flowery print, as he was just announced to be departing Monaco when his contract expires at the end of the month.
The athlete appeared to be on cloud nine as he relaxed with his 47-year-old wife Daniella, who was dressed in a fuchsia two-piece that accentuated her fantastic body. She let her tresses down her shoulders and wore white denim shorts with oversized sunglasses. Messi and his family vacation in Ibiza on a regular basis, with Messi and his Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez visiting there in recent years. Thiago, 9, Mateo, 6, and Ciro, 4, are Messi and Antonela’s children.
It comes after Monaco confirmed midfielder Cesc’s departure when his contract ends at the end of the month. The Spaniard joined the French club from Premier League side Chelsea in January 2019 but has been plagued by injuries at the Stade Louis II this season. In 2021-22, hamstring and ankle injuries, as well as a coronavirus infection, limited the former Arsenal and Barcelona star to just two league appearances and one Europa League game.
‘The midfielder with more than 830 career games, whose contract is coming to an end, leaves the Principality club three and a half years after his arrival,’ the club wrote on their website.
Rumors about Lionel Messi would declare his retirement The 2010 World Cup winner earlier disputed those rumors, saying that he had made contact with a few other teams but that the ‘level of the club might have to go down.’
Catalan stated that he would quit Monaco at the conclusion of the season in another interview
Cesc stated to So Foot that he does not want to end his playing career this way because ‘this year has been so horrible,’ despite claiming that his previous employers have already contacted him to see if he wants to join their coaching staff. ‘It’s certain that it’s over between Monaco and me,’ Cesc stated when asked if he could stay at his present club.
My current contract is up in June, and I’m looking for a new job. My mind is in desperate need of a reboot. ‘To be honest, I’ve already received two or three phone calls in the last two weeks from some of my previous coaches, asking what I wanted to do with my life and whether I wanted to join them as a coach this summer.’
‘However, things have been so horrible this year that I won’t be able to complete it.’ After all, you’ve worked hard to get to this point in your life. I’m interested in continuing to play. ‘I’m grateful for my career, but it doesn’t feel like it’s come to an end.’
Cesc has played in three of the five main European leagues in his career, but he has stated that he is ‘open to everything as long as he feels mentally at ease at any potential new club.
‘I’m open to everything,’ Cesc continued, ‘I just want to have fun.’ ‘It’s not about where I’m from; it’s about what’s within my head.’
‘I feel pretty fantastic when I’m in shape, and I don’t feel any different when I’m exercising with my teammates when it comes to my love for the game.’
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