Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas according to reports is set to terminate his terms of agreement with Chelsea. The Spanish midfielder has barely six months left in his Chelsea contract which is billed to expire next summer. Despite the likelihood of the Spaniard leaving on bosman terms, the former Barcelona and Arsenal midfielder is reportedly pushing to end his agreement with the London club early in a bid to become a free agent when the January window opens.

Italian media handle Calciomercato has further revealed that the Spanish midfielder will most likely return to boyhood clubs Barcelona or Arsenal. The creative midfielder made over 212 passes while at Arsenal, while lifting the Spanish league during his time at Barcelona.

Ligue 1 side AS Monaco have been linked heavily with the midfielder with former teammate Thiery Henry keen on landing the Spanish midfielder.

The 2010 World cup winner who was instrumental to Jose Mourinho’s Premier League success of the 2014/2015 league season, seems to have dropped in the pecking order at the Bridge since the arrival of Jorginho from Napoli last summer. The midfielder has only featured five time in the current edition of the English Premier League.

AC Milan have also shown interest in him in the past but has not made moves.