Cesc Fabregas is reportedly unhappy at Stamford Bridge and as such, he won’t sign a new contract with the West London club.
The 31-year-old playmaker has found himself relegated to the role of a bit-part player under new Chelsea’ manager Maurizio Sarri and as such, he has no intention of committing his future to the club.
That means that the Spaniard will become a free agent next summer and as such, he can start having discussions with the team in January.
Reports in Italy suggest that Serie A giants AC Milan want to sign the ex-Barcelona playmaker and it seems like he would be interested with a switch to Italy in order to secure the regular first-team football.
If Spaniard does decide that his future lies elsewhere, then the Blues could look to sell him in January, rather risking to lose him for free.
Chelsea paid around £30million to Spanish giants Barcelona for Cesc Fabregas iback n 2014 so it would make sense for them to try to get some cash back for him.