Chelsea playmaker Cesc Fabregas has ruled out his leaving the club in the winter window which opens in January. The Spaniard has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge, with him barely getting game time of recent.
Fabregas did not shy away from the major question, hoping he would get more game time under the current boss. He joined the Blues in 2014, and was part of the winning team in 2014/2015 and 2016/2017 under Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte respectively.
His contract is set to lapse next summer, yet there have not been much talks of extension. He is to start any Premier League so far with the season approaching the half way mark soon. Since joining the club he has been a major chance creator, raking up assists regularly. However, under Sarri there is a change in game plan that leaves little room for the creative star.
Jorginho and N’Golo Kante are the major players in the middle, and their partnership has not been bad as Chelsea are in the Top Four. AC Milan want him but Fabregas has said he would see off his contract at the London club.
Sarri seemed to clarify that Fabregas would remain the technical central midfielder behind Jorginho instead of playing Kante in the defensive function he played for two seasons. There are still strong opinions that Kante should play defensive cover while Fabregas provide creativity.