Cesc Fabregas rumoured to be undergoing hair transplant
World Cup winner and summer signing to Chelsea Football Club, Cesc Fabregas, is admired on the pitch for his seamless displays in the Premiership. However, it matters not how silky your soccer skills are you can’t prevent the onset of male pattern hair loss- which Cesc appears to be suffering from.
This is where the remarkable hair transplant procedure plays such a formidable part in offsetting hair loss. We know Cesc, who is only 27, isn’t alone in premature hair loss and indeed receiving these treatments to counteract it. At the top level of English football other famous footballers who have received treatment include Steven Fletcher and Wayne Rooney.
For Fabregas, 27, the onset of male pattern hair loss appears to be fairly recent. The fact that he has changed his hair style from a short back and sides, usually worn slightly longer at the front which often obscured his hairline, to a shaven look which, with his dark, black hair, makes any hair loss appear more obvious, could be the reason fans’ attention was suddenly drawn to his condition.
For professional sportsmen playing at the pinnacle of their game it is often a case of being under immense pressure and, with the evident links between stress and hair loss, this might possibly be a causative factor to accelerating Cesc’s hereditary condition.