Cesc Fabregas on the way to Italy!

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Cesc Fabregas high of last season came crashing down as he was embroiled in all kind of negativity this season around at Chelsea FC and it appears two Italian giants will be looking to land him in the summer.

The 28-year-old midfielder had a drastic change in fortunes this season for the Blues as he went from being the number one assist maker in the Premier League last season to finding himself on the bench on numerous occasions this time around.

Fabregas is even rumored to have handed in a transfer request at Chelsea FC, which would not be surprising as he has found himself in the eye of the storm during the Jose Mourinho sacking saga. He was reported as one of the players who was against the Portugese manager and was one of the trio of Blues players, including Eden Hazard and Diego Costa, who were labelled as rats and booed by their own fans following Mourinho’s departure from the club.

Italy calling

The former Arsenal and Barcelona player could well be on the move to Italy, as local newspapers there have suggested that he is attracting interest from Italian clubs Juventus and Internazionale and one of the two could well be his next destination, if his status in Chelsea does not change.

According to The Daily Mail, “Milan or Turin could suit the 28-year-old… Juventus lost a number of key players in the summer and with Paul Pogba constantly linked with a move to Spain, Fabregas could prove a worthy addition if he can rekindle his form.

A new and improved Inter Milan may need to prepare for Champions League football next season, with Roberto Mancini’s side currently top of the league.”

source:theheraldtackel.com

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