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CHELSEA - Japan calling FABREGAS. Cesc wants Italy though

04.12.2018 10.01 by Claudio Colla  read 637
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While J-League inquiries reached out to Chelsea regarding Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas (31), quite likely to leave Blues after four seasons and a half, former Arsenal star playmaker seems definitely enticed by the chance to join AC Milan. Rossoneri are pondering over investing the about 12 million euros demanded for his purchased, and, even more, over his nearly 5.5€m annual salary request.

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