Cesc Fabregas forgets Spain World Cup snub as Chelsea ace relaxes on luxury yacht and beach with stunning wife Daniella Semaan

The Chelsea midfielder – who has signed up to be a BBC pundit – is enjoying some down time before the tournament while his national side slips into disarray.

Fabregas, 31, and Semaan tied the knot last month and the newlyweds are clearly enjoying spending time with their three kids.

But his former Spain team-mates are enduring a tougher time as their manager Julen Lopetegui clings to his job amid a Real Madrid row.

Fab will be in action on Friday as Spain face rivals Portugal in their opener, having missed out on the talented squad.

Head of BBC TV Sport Philip Bernie said: "We are delighted to welcome Cesc as he joins our star-studded team of experts in Russia.

"He knows what it takes to lift the biggest prize in the sport, and we are greatly looking forward to the world class football knowledge and insight he will add to our coverage."




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Spain called an emergency press conference on Wednesday with boss Julen Lopetegui facing the sack on the eve of the World Cup.

The FA are furious with the manager after agreeing to take the vacant Real Madrid job.

Various Spanish outlets claim the football federation plan to sack Lopetegui but the players want to keep the 51-year-old in charge for the tournament.

Luis Rubiales, head of the Spanish FA, is thought to be 'furious' and 'deeply upset' after Lopetegui told him of his plans to join the Champions League winners just 15 minutes before an official announcement was made.


It is believed the Real Madrid players in the squad knew about the appointment but others were left in the dark.

Rubiales is now massively concerned over squad unity with Spain taking on Euro 2016 champions Portugal on Friday.

Spain will go into the tournaments among the favourites but needed Liverpool flop Iago Aspas to save the day in their final warm-up match against Tunisia.

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