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Fabregas Casts Doubt Over Chelsea Future After Growing Frustrated At Lack Of Games

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas says he is weighing up his options ahead of the January transfer window.

The Spaniard has hardly featured in the Premier League this season with the midfielder playing second fiddle to Jorginho in the holding midfield position.

Asked whether he is happy with his current role at the club, Fabregas replied:

“I know what my role is. Unfortunately, it’s not the one I want. I’m keeping it professional as usual. I’m always trying to do my best, in the conditions, playing with the youngsters, playing with the first team, even though this year I still haven’t played with the full, full first team one game.”

“But, I’m trying to do what I can. It’s a difficult situation for me, obviously. I’m playing the cups and the Europa League. I don’t give up. I’m not someone who you’ll see complaining or not giving his all because of that. I’ll always be there showing my face when needed and if the time comes the time comes. We’ll see what happens.”

Earlier in the season, Fabregas even hinted that he wouldn’t rule out a return to Arsenal one day, but a move abroad seems to be the likelier outcome.

The 31-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the campaign and AC Milan have been heavily linked with a move for the Spaniard.

In just a couple of weeks, the playmaker will be able to speak to foreign clubs about signing a pre-contract agreement.

Earlier this month Blues boss Maurizio Sarri stated his desire for Fabregas to stay at the club but the player’s latest comments suggest that won’t happen.

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