Chelsea have offered out of favour Cesc Fabregas to AC Milan on a season-long loan deal, according to reports in Italy.
The 29-year old is expected to leave the Stamford Bridge amid uncertainty over his future with the club. SportItalia claims that the Spain international is keen on a move to Serie A as he failed to make the cut under new manager Antonio Conte.
The Italian club are keen to make the deal happen as they happy to pay the full wages of Fabregas during his temporary stay at San Siro. This could help the Blues in sending the player for crucial first team football as his playing time would be limited at Stamford Bridge for this season.
However, the Spaniard has declined the rumours about him falling out with manager Conte as he makes only one Premier League appearance for Chelsea so far this season.
‘Contrary to what has been written, the manager has never told me that I can leave,’ Fabregas posted on Instagram.
‘He said that he counts on me, as I count on him. I will continue to fight for this club until the very end and when called upon I will always give my very best.
‘I’m fully committed to Chelsea FC and my only goal is to help them win more trophies.’
It remains to be seen where Fabregas would end up by the end of the transfer window as the club looks to offload him for the rest of the season.