Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is on the Blues bandwagon of players set to be offloaded by the Premier League side in the January transfer window.
The 31-year-old already has a suitor standing in the corner, ready to jump in and scoop him up once the window is declared open for business on January 1.
AC Milan have been touted as the midfielder final destination and no reports have rebuffed that claim.
Words milling out of the Serie A side have confirmed that signing Fabregas is already on their cards.
Sporting director Leonardo has not ruled out a move to sign the Spaniard and says the option has been put up for consideration.
Milan faced a tough fight against UEFA in June. The club broke the European association Financial Fair Play rules and were completely numbed and rammed over by a hefty punishment from the association.
Leonardo explained the club’s in the gray in their finances and things could spell out ugly if they don’t thread carefully in the winter market.
“We need to wait and understand what we can actually do.”
“The owners want to invest, but there are parameters to be respected.” Said Leonardo. Milan are currently fourth in Serie A