Messi and Fabregas take WAGs to £260K-a-week Ibiza mansion on private island

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Lionel Messi and Cesc Fabregas are treating themselves and their WAGS to a holiday on an incredible private island.

The two close friends, who have known each other since their days at Barcelona’s La Masia, have jetted off with their families to the exotic Bay of San Miguel in Ibiza. Messi and his wife, Antonela Roccuzzo, and their three children have been lapping up the sun abroad, with Fabregas and wife Daniella Semaan joining them with their three kids.

The two couples have been showing off their luxury holiday to their millions of followers. Pictures included Lionel and Antonela sharing a kiss, while she showed off her fine figure in some other snaps.

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It is thought that they have been staying in a mansion is on a private island called Isla Sa Ferradura, which sits just near Ibiza's Bay of San Miguel. Naturally, no commercial jet was used, instead, they hired out a fancy jet.

As well as the beautiful views, they have at their disposal a £8,600-a-day yacht called Shalimar II, a fine vessel that has in it luxury sofas, four cabins – and even a VIP area. On their holiday, the group dined out in the grand Izakaya restaurant, an eatery with gives grand views of the Ibiza marina.

Messi had a disappointing first season at Paris Saint-Germain despite his mega-money signing. He scored 11 goals and provided 15 assists in 34 outings for PSG, who won the Ligue 1 title last season. As for Fabregas, he was let go by Monaco. Despite being 35, he wishes to continue his career in football, though just whereabouts is not certain yet. He said: "First, I still want to play. I don't want to end like this. "It's been too bad a year to end like this. I want to have fun, to finish with good feelings.

"Nothing is decided, I am listening. I am open to everything. Maybe the level of club will have to drop, but there are teams of a lower level in the Champions League."

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