AC Milan planning to sign out-of-favour Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas

AC Milan planning to sign out-of-favour Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas

- Cesc Fabregas might leave Chelsea this winter following his limited playing time at the Bridge

- He has only featured for the Blues in one EPL and EFL Cup games this season

- The Rossoneri are interested in signing the Spaniard who has conceded his position to Jorginho who arrived from Napoli this summer

Italian League side AC Milan are reportedly planning to sign Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas during January transfer window.

The 30-year-old midfielder has been relegated to the bench since the arrival of new boss Maurizio Sarri this summer.

Though, he was part of the Blues team that dumped Liverpool out of the EFL Cup during their midweek encounter.

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The Spaniard has only made one Premier League appearance in six matches this season and the Serie A side are hoping they can take advantage of his non playing status at the Bridge.

Sarri seems to have found confidence in former Napoli midfielder Jorginho in the middle of the park.

The Italian, who joined the Blues this summer in a £57.4 million deal from Napoli has been playing along with loanee Mateo Kovacic and N'Golo Kante - making Fabregas surplus to requirements.

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Now Mundo Deportivo have claimed AC Milan are aiming to take advantage of Fabregas' frustration with a cheap January move.

Fabregas joined Chelsea in 2014 and has gone on to make 185 appearances in all competitions - scoring 21 times. earlier reported that former Barcelona star Cesc Fabregas believes Chelsea will have difficulties keeping star attacker Eden Hazard at the club beyond next season.

The Russia 2018 bronze winning captain scored the winning goal that gave the Blues slim victory over fellow Premier League side Liverpool in their EFL Cup encounter at Anfield.

Daniel Sturridge opened scoring for the hosts in the 58th minute, but two late minute goals from Emerson and Hazard ensured the visitors progressed through to the next stage of the cup competition.

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