Chelsea will allow one of their top class midfielders to leave for Italy this summer
Italian sources are claiming that Cesc Fabregas will become the first signing of AC Milan’s new owner. Milan was sold to a Chinese businessman last week and are preparing to splash the cash when the transfer window opens.
Fabregas has been linked to AC Milan even before the club’s takeover was complete, and it seems the new owner would also love to see the Spaniard turn out for his club.
Fabregas has had limited opportunities to play for the blues this season, he has started only nine games this season, as Antonio Conte seem to prefer N’Golo Kante in his squad.
At the age of 29, Fabregas believes this is his best time to play regularly and is reportedly open to a move away from Stamford Bridge.
The player won’t take a pay cut to leave Chelsea, and AC Milan would have to pay the Blues about £21 Million for the midfielder’s signature.
It is believe Milan representatives are speaking to Fabregas, and once they can agree personal terms, they will make an official bid for him.