Premier League Champions Chelsea are prepared to offer Cesc Fabregas another agreement to avert enthusiasm for the midfielder from Manchester United, as indicated by reports in the British media.
The Times is claiming that Chelsea are quick to offer the 30-year-old another deal to extend his stay at the West London club, which has around a year and a half left to run.
A similar report says that the length of Fabregas’ new contract has not yet been decided but rather the player himself would supposedly be quick to sign another two-year deal to remain at Stamford Bridge.
In any case, the story additionally guarantees that Chelsea’s plan is to offer one-year contracts to players beyond 30 years old, so Fabregas may need to make do with a shorter deal.
A similar report states that the Spain international midfielder has been touted as a transfer target for Premier League rivals Manchester United lately.
United manager Jose Mourinho was the man who brought Cesc Fabregas to Stamford Bridge from La Liga giant Barcelona back in the mid-year of 2014.
Be that as it may, it remains to be seen if Chelsea would give another key midfield player a chance to move to Old Trafford after they sold Nemanja Matic to the Red Devils in the late spring.
The reigning Champions play Manchester United at Stamford Bridge in the English Premier League on Sunday.