Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has hinted on leaving the Stamford Bridge any time as he hopes to see other experiences.
Fabregas had joined Chelsea in 2014 and his contract expires by next summer. It is not clear if he will be handed a new deal at the Stamford Bridge as no talks have been held at the moment.
The Spanish player, however, stated that he is open to a new deal because of the love he has got for the club and has had good moments he will always get to remember.
Fabregas has had previous spells at Arsenal and Spanish side Barcelona before his switch to London again. He wants to leave one day to know what football feels like outside Europe.
The former Gunners player has told manager Maurizio Sarri to trust him and other players for selection, stressing that they have been able to show their ability in the Europa League win.
He has made it clear that he is only 31 but still has a lot to offer and has got the ball on his feet if only he is given a chance to do so.
Fabregas was one of the biggest prospects in Europe as a young player in Arsenal under Arsene Wenger before leaving for lack of laurels.