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Chelsea star set for potential January exit, Euro giants keen on deal

The Chelsea fans here in the Football Transfer Tavern would be sad to see him go…

It’s been a very mixed start to the season for Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

The Spanish midfielder has started each of Chelsea’s Premier League games on the bench, and has had to settle for substitute roles thus far.

However, his substitute appearances have been stellar, impressing everyone in the Tavern.

The Chelsea fans here in the Tavern are split on the matter. Some feel that Conte is doing a great job in charge, and so shouldn’t be forced to change to accommodate¬†any one player; whilst others feel that Fabregas has done well whenever given an opportunity thus far – so he deserves a chance from the start.

Whilst Blues fans certainly remain split on the matter; Antonio Conte is seemingly set on his decision Рand that could have significant ramifications for Fabregas in January.

According to The Express, Chelsea are ready to listen to offers for the Spanish midfielders ahead of a January sale – with Italian giants Juventus and AC Milan reportedly keen.

Interestingly, they add that the Blues would likely refuse to sell Fabregas to any other Premier League clubs – meaning that a move abroad could be the only option for the Spaniard.

Nevertheless, our landlord thinks that the sale of Fabregas would be a huge mistake by Antonio Conte. He feels that the Spaniard is a player that can create something out of nothing, and that is a trait that cannot be undervalued.

He has proved absolutely deadly in a Blue shirt during his time in London, and was a key part of Chelsea’s 2013-14 Premier League winning campaign under Jose Mourinho.

Forgotten just how good Fabregas is? Take a look at this compilation video below…

Our landlord thinks he is one of the best in the world…

Chelsea fans – we want to hear from you! Do you want Fabregas to stay?

Let us know below!

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