Cesc Fabregas is another Chelsea player, whose future at the club is undecided. The Spaniard has failed to perform at the desired level continuously this season, and he has recently fallen out with the club fans following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
Italian source Corriere dello Sport claims that Serie A clubs Juventus and Inter Milan are interested in signing the former Barcelona star in the January transfer window.
The 28-year-old has failed to open his goalscoring account in Premier League, and he was hauled off by Guus Hiddink after the halftime of the 2-2 draw with Watford last week. Fabregas was also involved in the latest conflict when he reacted angrily after Charlie Musonda flicked the ball over his head before nutmegging him.
The Blues are set for an overhaul in the transfer window, and the Spanish international might prove to be the first causality under Guus Hiddink.