Chelsea are reportedly ready to sell Cesc Fabregas in the January transfer window.
The midfielder has only made two appearances so far this season, once in the EFL Cup and another from the bench in the Premier League.
With the 29-year-old not appearing to fit in to manager Antonio Conte’s plans at Stamford Bridge, the Blues are willing to let him leave.
According to the Sunday Express, it’s unlikely that the Londoners will allow the Spaniard to join a Premier League rival, and a move to Italy could be on the cards.
AC Milan, who are being taken over by Chinese investors, are still interested in the former Arsenal captain after being linked with him this summer.
However, they now face competition from Serie A champions Juventus, who could also make a move for Fabregas.
Cesc Fabregas made a flying start to life at Chelsea, becoming a key part of the side which won the Premier League in 2014-15.
However, he was one of a number of players to under-perform during last season, and now appears to have lost out after the arrival of N’Golo Kante from Leicester City.