Last weekend, an emotional Fabregas applauded Chelsea's home fans at Stamford Bridge after making his last appearance for the club in an FA Cup match against Nottingham Forest.
"Cesc Fabregas has, today, completed a permanent transfer to Monaco", Chelsea said on their website, just as Ligue 1 Monaco tweeted a video of Fabregas with a voice-over saying "now it's time". Have your say in the comment section below.
"I'm here to help the team, I'm looking forward to starting".
After returning to the Camp Nou, the 110 times-capped former Spanish global won one La Liga title, one Copa del Rey, and one Fifa Club World Cup. "We have a big game against Marseille on Sunday, I'm very excited".
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"Fabregas, who scored 22 goals for the club in total, departs having helped the club achieve great success, as well as providing our supporters with some wonderful memories".
However, Maurizio Sarri's arrival ahead of 2018-2019 effectively spelled the end of Fabregas's Chelsea career, as the Italian brought in his former Napoli midfielder Jorginho, who instantly took the Spaniard's position.
The Premier League club are understood to be interested in deals for Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella and Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Leandro Paredes.
To the surprise of many Fabregas joined Chelsea in 2014.
AC Milan had previously shown an interest in signing him, but they were priced out of a deal due to upcoming Financial Fair Play sanctions.
"We are convinced that his experience at the highest level will bring a lot to our players on and off the field".