Cesc Fabregas will be allowed to speak to interested clubs in January, who have been trickling out in large numbers, from different corners of Europe, begging for his signature.
Though that option is widely open, Fabregas will not make the move and instead has chosen to remain in Chelsea till the end of the season.
The 31-year-old has played a more auxiliary role this season compared to last’s under former boss Antonio Conte.
Sarri has him playing on his Europa team, despite his appeals to get more involved in playing a crucial role in the Premier League.
It is no longer news Fabregas has been tipped to leave Chelsea. Italy has been widely touted as his landing point, with AC Milan bookers favourites to swoop down on him, and snatch him up before rivals.
Chelsea themselves, have considered starting talks over a possible move to the San Siro in January as claimed by reports in England, and have panned out how to go about the move.
But, they could halt in their progress to push the deal through, as the 31-year-old is keen on staying till the end of the season.
Fabregas is hopeful he will play more games in December, after revealing he hasn’t spoken to any suitors. He said: “I already know which games I will play, and I am ready for it.”
The Spaniard plays a more advanced role when featuring for the Blues in the Europa League, and remarked it’s hard to swallow, but he’s taken it and looks forward to giving more.