Jose Mourinho has decided to axe Bastian Schweinsteiger at Manchester United, Pep Guardiola is expected to sell Joe Hart with Claudio Bravo on his way to Manchester City, while Antonio Conte, it seems, is about to call time on Cesc Fabregas’ Chelsea career.
The Spanish midfielder was an unused substitute in the Blues’ 2-1 win over West Ham at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, with Conte instead preferring a more industrious midfield comprised of Nemanja Matic and summer signing N’Golo Kante.
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In fact, Fabregas has reportedly been offered to a total of four top European clubs, suggesting Conte wants the former Arsenal man gone before the summer transfer window closes.
Fabregas, knowing he doesn’t have the coach’s faith, could now be open to the idea of leaving Stamford Bridge - possibly for a return to Spain.
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The four clubs Fabregas has been offered to
Chances of happening: 0/10
Barcelona occupy a huge space in Fabregas’ heart and always will do. There’s no chance of the classy midfielder agreeing to join the Catalan giants’ fiercest rivals.
In any case, Real Madrid aren’t exactly short on attacking midfield options. They’re currently trying to find buyers for both Isco and James Rodriguez.
Chances of happening: 2/10
Fabregas left Barcelona for a second time in 2014 because he wasn’t always guaranteed a place in the starting line-up, due to the intense competition for first-team spots.
Moreover, Luis Enrique doesn’t need him.
Chances of happening: 6/10
Juventus have already spent most of the money generated from the sale of Paul Pogba on striker Gonzalo Higuain, but there might be a little left in the kitty for Fabregas.
With Juve strong favourites to win Serie A this season, there’s a chance the Italian giants might be able to lure Fabregas to Turin.
Chances of happening: 7/10
If Fabregas wants to continue earning mega money, then a move to the oil-rich French champions Paris Saint-Germain is probably his best bet.
Unai Emery may feel his compatriot could help land PSG their first ever European Cup.
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