Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas is keeping his options open about where he will move to in the summer, according to Sport.
The Catalan newspaper reports staying in England, moving back to Spain or even making a move to Major League Soccer are on the cards.
Fabregas’s contract is expiring at the end of the season and the 31-year-old is “seriously considering” leaving, Sport reports. Since his return from a knee injury, the Spaniard has only started one match under Maurizio Sarri.
It is believed that the Italian requires central midfielders with high energy and pace, which the former Barcelona star lacks, and it has meant game time has been limited.
Fabregas did impress in the “regista” role which he played in against Liverpool in the Carabao Cup win. However, Jorginho is Sarri’s favoured player in that position.
Further forward, N’Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic and Ross Barkley all look to be favoured by the Chelsea boss, meaning Fabregas is a long way down the pecking order currently at Stamford Bridge.