Series A side AC Milan are reportedly in talks with Chelsea over the transfers of Cesc Fabregas, Gary Cahill and Andreas Christensen, according to Bleacher Report.
The report claims AC Milan want to take all three players on loan in January, although that could prove difficult as Fabregas and Cahill prepare to enter the last six months of their deals.
According to the report, AC Milan director Leonardo is already in negotiations with Chelsea and has held phone conversations with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.
Fabregas is reportedly Milan’s priority signing ahead of the January transfer window but it isn’t known if Fabregas would love to join Milan on loan after revealing in October that he was happy with Maurizio Sarri’s management of the team.
22-year-old Christensen is behind Antonio Rudiger and David Luiz in Sarri’s centre-back rankings and he is yet to make a Premier League appearance this season.
Christensen’s dad revealed in October that if Christensen’s situation in Chelsea doesn’t change before Christmas, he will have a chat with the club.
Milan’s chances of landing Christensen on loan in January is slim because Maurizio Sarri won’t be open to the idea of losing the defender.
Cahill has played just 21 minutes of Premier League football this season and Milan have a better chance of signing him on loan compared to Fabregas and Christensen.