- Milan to launch January bid for Fabregas.
- Spain international player might be heading to Italy in January.
Reports in Italy, from Corriere dello Sport, precisely, suggest that Milan are preparing a January bid for Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas.
This is not the first time the Serie A outfit have been linked with a move for the Spain midfielder.
However, there are several factors that could make the success of a bid from Milan more likely than ever.
Fabregas’ current contract with Chelsea is set to expire at the end of the season and an exit in January will prevent him from leaving Stamford Bridge as a free agent.
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Fabregas is yet to play for Chelsea in the Premier League under Maurizio Sarri due to an injury.
His only appearance thus far was in the Community Shield defeat to Manchester City.
If the move materializes, it will be a maiden Serie A adventure for Fabregas who played for just Arsenal and Barcelona before moving to Stamford Bridge in 2014.
savechelsea.net also reported that Fabregas must take pay cut to remain at Chelsea
Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas’ contract is set to expire at the end of the season. This means that he can leave Stamford Bridge for nothing in the summer.
The midfielder has been the subject of interest from the likes of AC Milan and Fenerbahce but the Spaniard is keen to remain in London.