Highly unlikely, but Milan are interested in a loan move for the former Arsenal captain…
Milan are lining up a shock loan approach for Cesc Fabregas, according TalkSport.
The former Arsenal star has recently admitted he is unhappy with his role in Tito Vilanova’s Barcelona side – but insists he wants to stay.
Italian giants Milan, however, reckon they could tempt him to the San Siro on a short-term basis with the promise of a starring role in their team. Spanish runners-up have a good relationship with the Milanese giant, having sent Zlatan Ibrahimovic on loan there before he made his switch permanent back in 2011.
And the Serie A side hope to make the most of that relationship once again with a January move for Fabregas, it has been claimed. However, even if the move is possible, still Fabregas’ salary is reportedly too high for Milan.
Milan know all about Fabregas after the Spaniard scored a famous goal for Arsenal at the San Siro as the London club progressed into the 2008 Champions League quarter-finals at their expense. Also, back in 2011 he was thought to be a topic of Milan interest but eventually ended up joining childhood club Barcelona.