Cesc Fabregas’ future at Stamford Bridge is hanging in the balance right now, but Chelsea should tie down the Spaniard’s future and offer him a new deal with the club.
According to the Daily Mirror, Atletico Madrid and AC Milan are two of the clubs eyeing up the 31-year-old, as he is in the final year of his contract in West London.
But the two-time Premier League title winner still has plenty more in the tank and the Blues should offer him the chance to commit his future to them.
Fabregas may not be an ever-present in the starting XI right now, but he’s still looked tidy during his four appearances so far this campaign and is ideal for the possession-based style of manager Maurizio Sarri.
The World Cup winner would become a pivotal part of the side if Jorginho picked up an injury setback and Chelsea are extremely fortunate to have somebody of his talent in reserve.
He would surely have the talent to walk into most teams across Europe still and is certainly not at the end of his career.
Fabregas’ spell with Chelsea so far is often overlooked, but the deep-lying playmaker has managed 55 assists in 186 appearances and won numerous amounts of silverware.
The central midfielder would tear it up in La Liga if he moved to Atletico, which would give him the chance to rekindle an old Chelsea partnership with Diego Costa.
But he’s still a Blues player for now and hopefully Sarri wants him to stick around for the long-term.