Chelsea Manager Set To Offload Spanish Midfielder


New Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte has made it clear that Spanish international, Cesc Fabregas has no future at the Stamford Bridge outfit with the Blues ready to sell the 29-year-old in the winter transfer window later this January.

The former Arsenal player joined the Blues from Barcelona in 2014 after a 3-year stint at the Nou Camp. Fabregas has found his place in the line-up in jeopardy with the arrival of new Italian manager, Antonio Conte as the Italian has increased the workload of the midfielders. The Spanish international also faces fierce competition as N’Golo Kante and Nemanja Matic are holding the midfielders spot in the Stamford Bridge team.

Rumors have grown in the newspapers about the Spanish international leaving for a move to Serie A, as he finds his role in midfield well-taken by other Chelsea midfielders. The World Cup winner has only made one brief substitution in the 2016/17 Premier League so far.

According to reports, Conte prefers Kante, Matic and Oscar all ahead of Fabregas in the midfield. The London club is all set to offload the Spanish playmaker in the following winter window as there has been interest from Serie A clubs, Juventus and both Milano clubs.


The 2-time Euro winner, Fabregas had attracted AC Milan in the past summer and they are still keen on signing the 29-year-old. Inter Milan and Juventus are also believed to be interested in the Chelsea man with Fabregas interested to transfer to Italy to get his career back on track.

The Spanish midfielder is one of the brilliant midfielders in the world when he is in form but his form has deteriorated in the last year.

The Chelsea manager, Conte is open to offers from outside England but has made it comprehensive that he will not sell the player to any Premier League club.

AC Milan’s new Chinese owners are ready to spend cash for big signing in the winter transfer window to boost their chances of winning the league and the Spanish international is at the top of their list. The Serie A defending champions, Juventus are also tracking the 29-year-old and will look to land the midfielder to replace the loss of Paul Pogba.


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