Loftus-Cheek brilliantly trolls Fabregas over his ‘photoshopped abs’ in cheeky joke at ex-Chelsea team-mate

By | 10th October 2019

RUBEN LOFTUS-CHEEK hilariously trolled Cesc Fabregas over his “photoshopped abs” in a cheeky joke at his former Chelsea team-mate’s expense.

The ex-Blues star, 32 – now at Monaco – shared a picture of himself in training with his shirt lifted on Instagram.

Loftus-Cheek trolled Fabregas on Instagram over his ‘photoshopped abs’

But injured Loftus-Cheek poked fun of his former Blues pal – who spent four-and-a-half years at Stamford Bridge – claiming he must have edited the photo.

Fabregas‘ post has already been liked over 130,000 times – and he captioned it: “What is the definition of success?”

But rather than answer the question, the England midfielder – passing the time while he recovers from his Achilles injury – replied: “Abs are photoshopped.”

Chelsea fans went made for the social media love-in, with one calling the exchange “absolute quality”.

Meanwhile, Loftus-Cheek recently revealed he has been leaning on the fans heavily to keep him positive during his lengthy injury lay-off.

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The Chelsea man has been out of action since rupturing his Achilles in a friendly against New England Revolution in May.

And speaking on how he’s coped, Loftus-Cheek revealed: “The big side of injuries is the mental side of it, so I had to stay positive and keep the right mind set.

“Even a tweet or a message from a fan makes a big difference to me.”

Loftus-Cheek went on to reveal he’s had a few setbacks along the way, but is finally pain-free.

He added: “I’ve actually had a few setbacks that have put me behind which has been quite frustrating to be honest.


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“I’ve had to learn to walk again and I’ve only just got pain free but for sure I’m going to come back stronger, sharper and do whatever I can to be in better shape.

“Before I got injured I was playing my best football. I’ve missed feeling tired from running, from hard work, that feeling of being in a game again.

“Everything I’ve been working towards is for the feeling of stepping back onto that pitch again and I’m ready to go.”

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