Chelsea are willing to offload Cesc Fabregas on a temporary basis when the transfer window reopens in two months’ time. The Spain international has been restricted of game time since the start of the campaign.
Fabregas, 29, has been deserted of first-team football this season with manager Antonio Conte content to utilize the services of N’Golo Kante and Nemanja in the heart of the midfield.
According to ESPN, the World Cup winner is most likely to depart Stamford Bridge in the New Year as he is unlikely to cement a regular role during the ongoing campaign.
Fabregas had previously insisted that he would stay put at the West London outfit, but with the way he is being treated, a loan move could be ideal option in January.
Italian giants AC Milan are currently leading the pursuit for the playmaker whilst the likes of Juventus and Fenerbahce are also in the running to secure his signature.
The Spaniard has appeared in a solitary league game for the Blues in September which ended in an embarrassing 3-0 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates.