The Blues’ Spanish midfielder insists he made an error after eagle-eyed fans spot the incident
Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas has apologised for ‘accidentally’ liking a tweet about the sacking of manager Antonio Conte.
The Italian boss’ protracted departure has finally reached a conclusion with Conte receiving a £9million pay off .
Ex-Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri is set to be named as Conte’s replacement in the coming days.
But even with the Italian’s exit apparently sealed, he’s causing problems for his players.
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Fabregas , who regularly interacts with his followers on Twitter, liked a tweet celebrating Conte’s exit.
But with eagle-eyed fans spotting the incident, made when the sacking was yet to be official confirmed, he responded to the post admitting the like had been in error.