Ex-Super Eagles Star Wants To Bring Chelsea, Arsenal Stars To Monaco Next MonthPublished: December 28, 2018
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas could bid farewell to the London club in the January transfer window, according to French publication Le Point.
The ex-Arsenal captain, whose contract with the Blues expires next summer, can agree a pre-contract with one of his suitors in the January transfer window.
Monaco and AC Milan are among the teams credited with an interest in the experienced Spain international.
Fabregas knows Monaco sporting director Michael Emenalo who approved his transfer to Chelsea in 2014.
In the summer transfer window, the former Nigeria international convinced one of the most promising players in the ranks of Chelsea, Jonathan Panzo to leave the Stamford Bridge outfit for Monaco.
Emenalo, along with manager Thierry Henry, are also eyeing a deal to sign current Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny next month.
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