Wise makes Fabregas his move of the summer as the CEO of Como FC and their tobacco industrial owners push for promotion

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Cesc Fabregas has made his next move in football after being released by Monaco. Dennis Wise pulled of a move that for his club Como FC is a major coup. .

Dennis Wise joined Como FC of Italian Serie B a few years back and has gone from an advisor to become the clubs CEO. The former Leicester, Chelsea and Wimbledon man among his clubs and also England international has a major job to do as the club finishing 13 in their league last season has set their eyes on Serie A.

Cesc Fabregas has signed a contract until June 24 and will also take part in the ownership side of the club.

This might be the last move for Cesc Fabregas in football as the 35 year old is likely to retire after his contract ends in 2024. Fabregas was one the greatest players on the planet alongside Messi and Ronaldo who are still at their best competing at the very highest level.

Looking at previous greats some are in love with the game and just continues playing as long as they can ending up in different little leagues while others goes into retirement from a top club.

There are all types and every footballer has his own will as they decide to follow the path they like. Dennis Wise is not new to being employed in this type of positions as he has had similar jobs at Newcastle and Leeds. He was once in management at Millwall taking the club to an FA Cup final in 2004 just two years after leaving Leicester.

Dennis Wise joined Leicester from Chelsea and it all became a difficult time for both club and player as the fit was from perfect and his contract was teared apart after an incident on a pre-season tour to Finland involving Callum Davidson, today manager of St. Johnstone in Scottish Premier.

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