There he will be reunited with his former Arsenal team-mate Thierry Henry - with whom he won the FA Cup in 2005.
Hazard and Fabregas have been teammates in West London for the last four-and-a-half seasons, winning two Premier League titles and the FA Cup together.
"To you and your wonderful family, thank you for helping us in every way possible".
"It's always hard to lose players, especially like him, because like I say he's a world-class player but also I understand it's part of the process, and if it's better for him and better for the club, we have to understand that". Fabregas' contract is set to expire at the end of the season and he has chose to leave the club this month in search for a new challenge.
"He's going to go down as one of best midfielders ever". Everyone knows that. Everybody stood up and clapped.
Steele was the hero again later in the half, meanwhile, as he dived down to his right to push aside Fabregas's stuttered spot kick after Ruben Loftus-Cheek was brought down in the box by Danny Fox. "Thankfully he did it today, it was very important because we really care about this competition and we want to do well".
Callum Hudson-Odoi chose the day Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac confirmed his interest in signing the teenage striker to display for a wider audience what all the fuss is about.
Meanwhile, midfielder Adlene Guedioura says Forest now have a taste for Premier League football as they chase promotion from the Championship.
Sarri thinks Fabregas needs replacing, but Luiz understands that outgoing moves are just part of football that he has come to accept.
'We have a duty to change the team and especially rejuvenate it.