- The Rossoneri are planning to land Spain 2010 World Cup winning midfielder Fabregas during winter transfer window
- He has not been able to break into Sarri's Blues squad since the arrival of Jorginho from Napoli
- The former Arsenal star last featured for the Stamford Bridge side in their 2-0 defeat to Man City in the Community Shield
Italian League giants AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea midfielder Cesc Gabregas in January.
The former Barcelona superstar is yet to feature for the Blues in the Premier League since the arrival of new boss Maurizio Sarri this summer
Football Italia quoting Corriere dello Sport reports that the Serie A club have been linked with Cesc in the past but this time, his non-playing status at the Stamford Bridge might motivate the deal to happen.
The former Arsenal captain joined Chelsea from Barca in the summer of 2014, and has won two Premier League in the process.
His current deal runs out at the end of the ongoing season - reasons the west London club might be considering to cash in on the deal if the offer was right.
Fabregas last featured for the Blues in their 2-0 defeat to EPL champions Man City in the Community Shield encounter in August.
The Spaniard was also part of coach Antonio Conte's men that won the FA Cup title at the end of last season.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is facing selection headache after star midfielder Cesc Fabregas, is yet to fully recover from a knee injury ahead of his side's crunch clash against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, August 18.
According to reports, the 31-year old emerged as a major doubt when he missed the Blues' light training on Monday, August 13 and is not expected to recover in time to face his former club.
The ex-Arsenal captain missed Chelsea's 3-0 victory over Huddersfield Town in their Premier League opener last weekend.
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